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Educational Development Summer School Module

ADP7112 – International Perspectives on Higher Education

16-20 July 2018

Convenor: Dr Claire Bryony Loffman

c.b.loffman@qmul.ac.uk

ADP7112 is a face-to-face week-long module exploring international perspectives on higher education and their implications for the teaching, assessing, curriculum design and broader academic practice of students on the course. In this module you'll be encouraged to enhance inclusivity, develop heightened awareness of cultural contexts and to identify hidden assumptions about expectations of the teaching and learning experience in Higher Education internationally. ADP7116 is offered as a standalone CPD opportunity.

Module Structure

This module runs as an intensive 9am-5pm five-day face-to-face course in the week of Monday 16 to Friday 20 July 2018 on QMUL’s Mile End Campus in London, England (E1 4NS). During the week of the Summer School you will experience a mix of face-to-face teaching sessions with tutors; the format of these sessions will include: seminars with small group work, a practical workshop, a student-led forum and an opportunity for Q&A with alumnae from last year’s Summer School. You should expect to be on campus for a 36-hour week during the summer school. The module consists of eight core topics including:

1.       Internationalisation and Higher Education

2.       Theories of Cultural Differences

3.       Designing Inclusive Assessment and Feedback

4.       Curriculum Design and Graduate Attributes with a Global Perspective

5.       International Perspectives on Technology for Teaching

6.       Voice Workshop for Teaching in Multilingual Contexts

During the Summer School, participants will be asked to participate in group work and share individual experiences throughout the week. All participants are required to work together to prepare their Group Presentations for 20 July.

For full details and to book your place please visit: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/qmul-educational-development-summer-school-2018-international-perspectives-on-he-tickets-45284386820?ref=estw

https://evolvepolitics.com/new-tory-university-tsar-toby-young-compared-disabled-students-to-functionally-illiterate-troglodytes/

Evolve politics take on the appointment of Toby Young to the Office for Students, not good for the future of HE.

https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/pedagogy-politics-and-philosophy-of-peace-9781474282796/

  Shifting identities and blurring boundaries : the emergence of Third Space professionals in UK higher education

http://eprints.ioe.ac.uk/2035/

https://mathwithbaddrawings.com/2017/09/20/the-state-of-being-stuck/#more-7860

Interesting article about learning mathematics. I suspect that it is relevant to the hard sciences, but raises the interesting question about the hunanities, what if anything is the equivalent?

davidandrew52

https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2017/may/10/university-staff-unhappy-with-institutional-leadership?CMP=share_btn_fb

After a much shorter debate due to the General Election the HE Bill is now an act, leaving us all to wonder if a better outcome would have been possible with fuller discussion.

As ever WonkHE has a good guide and lots of background information.