Unlocking the student journey through higher education

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LyIT)

The evolution of higher education from a grade centred to a learning experience driven approach is evident in the increasing number of journal article publications on topics such as student engagement and learning analytics. Today, there is a more inclusive understanding of the higher education journey that extends beyond grades, and retention and progression rates…

Entrepreneurial Education – presentation

IADT, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology Dublin

Dr. Therese Moylan and the European Council for Small Business and Entrepreneurship will be sharing findings from the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Ireland recent Entrepreneurial Educators Digital Badge portfolios, and advising on how to best embed Entrepreneurial learning in non-business disciplines Registration https://www.eventbrite.com/e/entrepreneurial-education-why-is-it-important-tickets-202049835497

Transform EDU Week Event 5: Developing Sustainability Literate Graduates – Adapting the UN Sulitest to Classroom and Aligning the Curriculum to the SDGs

Universities have been mandated under SDG 4.7.1 to develop sustainability literature graduates. By sustainability literacy, we refer to the knowledge, skills, and mindsets that help compel an individual to become deeply committed to building a sustainable future (Décamps, 2017). In this webinar we explore the transformative nature of education for sustainability and underpinning reflective pedagogy.…

Street Law at LYIT: Student-Led Public Legal Education For All

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LyIT)

This webinar will comprise an introductory overview in the potential of Street Law as a sustainable form of public legal education for school and other community organisations. Public legal education includes all activities which provide opportunities for the education of members of the public on the law and legal issues of concern to them. In…

Teagasc agus Foghlaim na Gaeilge in DCU (event open to DCU staff only)

This face to face one-day event will enable Irish language lecturers at DCU to share their teaching experiences with their colleagues and facilitate internal strategic discussions on how teaching and learning can be strengthened and valued in Fiontar agus Scoil na Gaeilge. One of Ireland’s leading Irish language curriculum-development experts,  Éamonn Ó Dónaill will give a…

Learning in action learning – Q before P

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LyIT)

The workshop is an opportunity to explore learning in action learning and to develop a thriving community of practice to support our collective practice and learning. The principle aim is to bring practitioners and those interested in action learning as pedagogy together to reflect on the practice of action learning and to support each other…

LIFT Leadership: Valuing teaching and learning through leadership value

University College Dublin

LIFT leadership is a national not for profit organisation that provides training and development to all kinds of organisations nationally. Their focus is on the promotion of core leadership values across all aspects of life including education through democratically structured round table discussions. These core values align with the School of Education’s philosophy of teaching…

Going Digital – The Transformation of Engineering and Construction Education

Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LyIT)

The primary aim of the workshop is provide the opportunity for lecturers and students to capture and articulate the issues of engineering and construction education in light of the digital transformation. This will allow education professionals to develop learning enhancement plans and inform teaching professionals of the fast developing changes in education delivery. The workshop…

The Move to Online in The Munster Technological University

This video premiere includes responses and insights from 23 participants from across the university talking about their experiences of emergency remote teaching, concentrating in this initial overview on the initial move to online, the challenges experienced and the kind of creative problem solving that went on in the teaching and learning area over the course…

Impact of Covid in IADT staff and student body

IADT, Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design & Technology Dublin

2 - 4 focus groups will be conducted discussing the impact of COVID-19 on staff and students over the month of November. The findings will be presented at the T&L Committee meeting in November and an event before the end of November - dates TBC Registration https://www.eventbrite.com/e/impact-of-covid-in-iadt-staff-and-student-body-tickets-202050587747