Teaching Academy Groningen: Workshops van Professor Mick Healey
|Wanneer:||do 09-11-2017 09:00 - 16:45|
Voor docenten door docenten: de Teaching Academy Groningen (TAG) is een multidisciplinaire academische gemeenschap, met als doel de dialoog over de kwaliteit van het onderwijs te ondersteunen. Daarnaast stimuleert de TAG de kwaliteit en innovatie in het lesgeven en studeren binnen de RUG. Op donderdag 9 november organiseert de RUG twee workshops met professor Mick Healey over dit thema. Geef je op
Mick Healey is a HE Consultant and Researcher and Emeritus Professor at the University of Gloucestershire, UK and The Humboldt Distinguished Scholar in Research-Based Learning at McMaster University, Canada. He is renowned for his work on research driven education and linking teaching and research. Since 1995 he has given over 500 educational workshops, seminars, keynotes and conference presentations in 25 countries. He is Inaugural Senior Editor of the International Journal for students as Partners.
08.45 - 09:00 Reception, coffee (Linneausborg 5173.0055)
09.00 - 11.30 Workshop “Students as partners” (Linneausborg 5173.0055)
Ways of engaging students in higher education as partners in learning and teaching is arguably one of the most important issues facing higher education in the 21st Century. Partnership is essentially a process for engaging students. It is a way of doing things, rather than an outcome in itself. This workshop will explore four ways in which students may be engaged as partners through: a) Learning, teaching and assessment; b) Subject-based research and inquiry; c) Scholarship of teaching and learning; and d) Curriculum design and pedagogic advice and consultancy
12.30 - 13.15 Reception, coffee (Van Swinderenhuys)
13.15 - 15.45 Workshop “Active and inquiry based learning” (Van Swinderenhuys)
“It is not enough just to do, and neither is it enough just to think. Nor is it enough simply to do and think. Learning from experience must involve linking the doing and the thinking” (Graham Gibbs).
This interactive seminar / workshop explores with participants the meaning of the concept of active learning and discusses a range of ways in which it may be built into lectures, seminars, practicals, fieldwork and other teaching contexts. Emphasis is placed on inquiry-based learning examples.15.45 - 16.45 Social event (Van Swinderenhuys)