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March 2020

Design in Health – An Emerging Discipline?

3rd March @ 10:00 am
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, 123 St Stephens Green, Dublin 2
Dublin, Dublin Ireland

Learning Outcomes Appreciate the role of design based approaches in enhancing health professions education Describe approaches that used to include design based approaches in health professions education Evaluate the benefits and challenges of developing design based modules/programmes in health professions education Discuss the epistemological and pedagogical considerations relevant to design in healthcare Identify how to select appropriate teaching and learning approaches for design in healthcare and evaluate their impact

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The ‘What’, ‘Why’ and ‘How’ of Technology-Enhanced Assessment

5th March @ 9:30 am

Learning Outcomes Express an understanding of technology enhanced assessment Critically identify reasons for utilising technology enhanced assessment in participant's own practice Illustrate practical steps for embedding technology enhanced assessment in participant's own practice Develop digital rubrics and marking schemes for use in a virtual learning environment

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Developing Culturally Responsive Assessment in Higher Education

6th March @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Learning Outcomes Reflect on own cultural identity and intercultural awareness Recognise the impact of culture on learning and assessment Examine relevant concepts and issues related to designing culturally responsive assessment e.g. multicultural validity, construct validity, intercultural education Explore and evaluate a range of culturally responsive approaches to assessment Identify opportunities to support the development of culturally responsive assessment in own disciplinary and institutional contexts

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Action in Architecture – Teaching for Climate Change, Teaching for the Future

13th March @ 10:00 am

Learning Outcomes Enabling those attending to understand the context in which their teaching practice and methods can develop to tackle the issue of climate change with reference to the perspectives of the case studies shown and through round table discussions Enabling those attending to learn from each other, share experiences and draw strength from a combined effort to address the issue of climate change in the teaching and learning of architecture, and to build a network of teachers interested in…

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Diverse Learning Environments: Creating a Campus Climate for Student Success

31st March @ 10:00 am

Learning Outcomes Identify the different perspectives about student success how it is viewed by students and universities Reflect on the needs of diverse undergraduate student cohorts and how they are currently supported Consider the elements /dimensions of campus climate that contribute to and inhibit success in an diverse learning environment Develop strategies to promote campus climate that will enhance student success for all learners

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June 2020

Exploring the Role of Contemplative Pedagogy in Inspiring Education Practice and Student Engagement – Educator and Student Perspectives

15th June @ 9:30 am
TU Dublin, Tallaght United States

Learning Outcomes Appraise a variety of ways in which contemplative pedagogy can be introduced into the classroom to initiate and sustain enquiry, promote creative and engaged student learning and the exploration of interiority and nurturing wholeness to foster a sense of student wellbeing Engage with contemplative methods and explore possible practical applications within subject areas Differentiate between current pedagogy and the potential of contemplative pedagogy in Higher Education from the educator’s perspective Appreciate the role of contemplative pedagogy in the…

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Undergraduate Psychology in Ireland 2020 – 2030

17th June @ 10:30 am - 3:30 pm

Learning Outcomes Discuss participant's provision of undergraduate psychology as they are challenged to evaluate and develop their current systems in a rapidly evolving environment (e.g. changes to learner profile, mode and timing of engagement, market and progression route drivers) while maintaining alignment to professional body requirements Reflect on best practice in teaching and learning with regard to programme level strategy for learning design and assessment in the context of undergraduate psychology provision Examine ways in which a forward looking discipline…

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