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October 2021

Part 1 – Reframing Academic Integrity Perspectives

21st October

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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December 2021

Part 2 – Responding to Unintentional Academic Impropriety: Teaching, Learning and Assessment Approaches

2nd December

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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January 2022

Challenges for Learning Design & Teaching Practice Beyond the Pandemic (w/t)

26th January 2022

Learning Objectives Gain a solid understanding of approaches to large-scale pedagogic change in higher education Reflect on the principles underpinning active blended learning (ABL) and their application within HE institutions Consider lessons learned from the transition to emergency remote teaching (ERT) and its impact on subsequent teaching practices Identify new staff development needs as a result of the challenges posed by the pandemic Opportunity to imagine viable pedagogic futures in HE post-COVID

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Raising the Professional Voice of Early Childhood Educators Digitally

29th January 2022

Learning Objectives Graph professional pathways for Early Childhood Educators based on the newly redrafted workforce development plan Debate effective approaches to connecting with Early Childhood Educators via digital on-line learning to enhance better child experiences and outcomes Construct a digital learning plan to promoting professionalism among the sector (eg digital media platforms and digital products such as e-books, e-posters, audio files and blogs)

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February 2022

Using a Digital Collaboration Platform to Enhance Social T&L Practices

9th February 2022

Learning Objectives Evaluate the benefits of digital collaboration approaches in higher education Demonstrate awareness of the challenges involved in embedding a collaborative platform Synthesise an understanding of the potential of digital collaboration for teacher educators Apply these insights to one’s own professional education context

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Part 3 – The Challenge of Academic Naivety/Impoverishment, National and International

17th February 2022

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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March 2022

Part 4 – Student Representative Panel

24th March 2022

Learning Objectives Empower delegates to understand the difference between unintentional and intentional academic impropriety and some of the newer and more complex challenges to academic integrity in the 21st century such as essay mills and fake news Provide delegates with an overview of institutional initiatives and pedagogical approaches to preventing unintentional academic impropriety Provide delegates with an understanding of how staff across academic institutions can work in partnership with students to prevent unintentional academic impropriety Explore how educating students about…

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May 2022

Using Digital Technologies to Promote Inclusive Learning and Teaching Practices

13th May 2022

Learning Objectives Reflect on and share current use of digital technologies to enhance teaching, learning and assessment in initial teacher education in the context of a blended learning environment Consider and apply the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to promote and implement inclusive teaching and learning approaches Explore how a range of digital technologies can support inclusive practices and provide flexibility in the way information is presented, learners are engaged, and learners respond or demonstrate knowledge and skills…

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