The second webinar supporting ‘HEA Scotland Spotlight: Designing interaction for diverse cohorts’. This webinar will draw on global research and international practice to explore considerations for teaching staff in designing interaction for diverse cohorts.
Whilst learning from global practice in internationalisation will be the key focus, the session will also explore the transfer of key outcomes to consider all diverse cohorts.
A short literature review can be found in the HEA Scotland Winter 2016/17 spotlight: designing interaction for diverse cohorts, for which this webinar has been designed to support.
- Increased understanding of how to design interactivity for diverse student cohorts;
- Practical guidance and tips for adopting and adapting the research and case studies explored for your own learning and teaching practice.
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Who should attend?
Anyone with a clear interest in developing learning and teaching.
Who is delivering the webinar?
Led and moderated by HEA Scotland team with presenters from three different countries who will explore their work in embedding interculturalism and internationalisation:
- Prof Sofia Arkoudis (University of Melbourne and Associate Director CSHE, Australia),
‘Finding common ground: enhancing interaction between domestic and international students in higher education’ (2012) - including the Interaction for Learning Framework (ILF)
- Dr Rachel Scudamore (Birmingham City University, UK)
‘Engaging Home and International Students: A Guide for New Lecturers’ (2013)
- Nancy E Young (USA)
‘Seeking Best Practices for Integrating International and Domestic Students’ (2014)
‘The Handbook for International Student Advising’ (2013)
Learn about practice in other institutions, considering practical guidance and tips, for the development of your own practice in a short lunchtime webinar.