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Current Projects

Current Projects

IATL regularly supports educational innovation across the university and projects that reach beyond the university to participate in national debates and international collaborations.

Please find a short synopsis of some of those projects on this page.

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Want to know more about Co-creation?

Go to our Co-creation pageLink opens in a new window

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Rethinking Assessment Practices in Higher EducationLink opens in a new window

This project aims to measure assessment literacy related to contemporary assessment practices, develop a tool to measure feedback literacy, identify potential barriers to implementation of effective assessment and feedback among educators; and develop materials for a professional education masterclass on implementing effective assessment and feedback in public health teaching. This project is funded under the Monash-Warwick Alliance.Link opens in a new window

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Identifying Barriers for Staff Engagement with Pedagogic Resources that Promote the Embedding of Wellbeing into the CurriculumLink opens in a new window

This project aims at identifying barriers for staff engagement with pedagogic resources (i.e., toolkits, repositories, etc.) that promote the embedding of wellbeing in the curriculum, suggesting possible ways forward and solutions. This project is in collaboration with King's College London and funded by WIHEA and IATL.

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Open Access Module Understanding WellbeingLink opens in a new window

Funded by the Warwick Innovation Fund and WATE, IATL created the Warwick open-access (to all students and staff) online module "Understanding Wellbeing”, based on the interdisciplinary IATL in-classroom module Link opens in a new windowdeveloped by Dr Elena Riva (IATL).

Information about the IATL classroom-based module can be found on the Understanding Wellbeing information pageLink opens in a new window

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UCB Inclusive Education ProjectLink opens in a new window

IATL is a collaborative partner in the Inclusion Education project with UCB with funding from WIHEA. This project draws upon inclusive pedagogies developed at IATL, such as Open-space Learning to share practice between HEIs.

This project will bring together teaching and learning communities at University College Birmingham and Warwick to share practice in inclusive education, with a specific focus on co-creative and experiential learning

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Positive Pedagogies ProjectLink opens in a new window

IATL played a leading role in an OfS-funded project, entitled Positive Digital Practices, which involved a collaboration between the University of Warwick, Open University, the University of Bradford, and Student Minds. Dr Elena Riva (IATL) was the PI for the University of Warwick, which led the positive pedagogies side of the project, establishing inclusive, compassionate practices in digital spaces that can support the mental well-being of mature students.

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Royal Birmingham ConservatoireLink opens in a new window

IATL's Science of Music module has been collaborating with the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire since January 2022 to offer students from both institutions a unique experience.

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International Conference for Undergraduate Research

ICUR was founded in 2012 and each year supports hundreds of research active undergraduates from Warwick and around the world to share their research from their home institutions.

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