Tuesday, 15th May 2018
Ramphal Building, University of Warwick
Warwick is signalling its strong commitment to renowned and distinctive education. Change is afoot and this year our story is one of beginnings. Over the last 12 months a new Education Directorate has been appointed, a new Education Strategy drafted, a major institutional review of assessment initiated, promotion criteria instituting parity of opportunity and esteem for research and teaching designed, and campus development continues. Preparations for TEF Year 3 are underway (with 50 providers are piloting subject level TEF) and departmental action plans are being implemented in response to the Institutional Teaching and Learning Review. The NSS (as always) brings new enhancement goals. This conference will explore how we can work together to build upon and improve existing practices in order to realise our individual and institutional goals, as we secure Warwick’s reputation for high quality research-led education, strong disciplinary and interdisciplinary identities and pedagogies, inclusive and internationalised curricula.
This event has been generously sponsored by the Faculty of Science, the Faculty of Social Science,Warwick Medical School, Warwick International Higher Education Academy, the Institute of Advanced Teaching and Learning, and The Library.
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Professor Sue Bloxham
Sue Bloxham is an Emeritus Professor of Academic Practice at the University of Cumbria. She has published widely in the field including the best-selling 'Developing Effective Assessment in Higher Education' (Open University Press) with Pete Boyd and was awarded a National Teaching Fellowship in 2007. Read more.
Professor Jacqueline Stevenson
Professor Jacqueline Stevenson is Head of Research in the Sheffield Institute of Education. She is a sociologist of education with a particular interest in policy and practice relating to equity and diversity in higher education, widening participation, access and student success, pedagogic diversity and the stratification and marketisation of higher education. Read more.
Professor Ray Land
Ray Land is Emeritus Professor in the School of Education at Durham University. He has published widely in the field of educational research, including works on academic development, learning technology and quality enhancement. He is best known for his theory (with Jan Meyer) of Threshold Concepts and Troublesome Knowledge. Read more.
You can find more information on all our keynotes here.
The programme for the Education Conference 2018 is now available.
If you have any queries regarding the Education Conference 2018 please contact conference convenor: Jennie Mills: J.Mills.email@example.com.