Dates: 2-4 July 2019
Who: All higher education professionals
Bookings will open shortly
The Advance HE #TLConf19 follows on from the hugely successful 2018 conference which hosted over 300 sessions and welcomed over 650 delegates.
Advance HE’s Annual Teaching and Learning Conference 2019 will position the spotlight firmly on teaching in a global context, in particular this year the conference will explore innovation for teaching excellence focusing on innovative teaching practices and pedagogies and seeking to uncover new practice which demonstrates or contributes to teaching excellence and is improving the student experience.
Call for papers now open
The call for papers for the 2019 conference is now open. The focus for the year is Teaching in the Spotlight: Innovation for Teaching Excellence and we are asking for proposals that will cover the following six themes:
- Interdisciplinary or multi-disciplinary innovation in teaching and learning practice
- Innovation in inclusive curricula
- Innovation in blended and immersive teaching and learning practice
- Innovative practice that aids transition and retention
- Innovation practice to support employability
- Innovative practice to enhance assessment and feedback
These can be specific to a discipline area and therefore be presented on the relevant day as detailed below, or work across disciplines and be relevant for our thematic day.
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Arts and Humanities
Health and Social Care
Proposals can be sent in for the following session types:
- Interactive breakout session (60 minutes)
- Oral presentation (20 minutes)
- Ignite sessions (5 minutes)
- Workshop session (60 minutes)
- Poster presentation
Annual Teaching and Learning Debate 2018
Following a successful inaugural year for the Annual Debate, the 2018 conference welcomed back the evening event. Held on 4 July 2018, the debate hosted 4 panellists; Smita Jamdar, Professor Christine Jarvis, Nick Hillman and Shai Reshef. The panellists debated the crowdsourced motion:
"This House believes that for the future of higher education to be truly global, education must be free for all"
The motion for won the vote in the room, argued by Professor Christine Jarvis and Shai Reshef. Read more about the debate here.
You can watch the debate below: