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Curriculum Symposium 2021: Post-pandemic curriculum

Venue
Virtual
County / Region
United Kingdom
Position on the Pathway
Excellence in practice
Fellowship Category
All Fellowship Categories
Event Type
Virtual Symposia
Focus
Teaching and Learning
Start Date
End Date
Duration
1 day
Institution Type
Higher Education and Further Education
Price From
Standard Rate £175

Overview

The post-pandemic curriculum - what will ‘normal’ look like? Will the sector coalesce around a limited set of curriculum design and delivery philosophies with shared principles of application, or is now the time for divergent sector practice? We particular welcome submissions from presenters with insights into the following themes:

  • Delivery modes: wholly online, hybrid, back to campus… or something else?
  • Digital pedagogy, the beating heart of the modern curriculum or a fad?
  • ‘Beyond the clock’; communities of leaners outside scheduled hours.
  • Other post pandemic paradigm shifts relating to curriculum

If you have something to share, or simply want to learn more about evidence informed practice then, this symposium by way of a keynote session, participant-led workshops and short presentations will offer insights how colleagues across the sector are reshaping their curricula as they prepare for post-pandemic education.

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Programme

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Symposium facilitator

Tim Hinchcliffe

Tim is an experienced higher education teacher and leader, who is responsible for the design and delivery of both teaching excellence programmes and bespoke consultancy, in domestic and international markets.

Before joining Advance HE, Tim spent almost a decade in leadership roles at Keele University during a period of sustained national top 5 placings for overall satisfaction in the National Student Survey (NSS). Versatile roles included Head of Curriculum Development, Head of Student Leaning, and Senior Fellow of Sustainability.

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Keynote speaker

Dr Chris Headleand

Dr Chris Headleand, Associate Professor, University of Lincoln, will be joining this event as the keynote speaker. Chris's session will explore digital innovation, planning, student engagement and assessment and is called 'A framework for innovation in post-pandemic curricula: inveterate, innovation, intervention'.

Dr Chris Headleand