Pedagogy, Innovation, TEF and Beyond
Creative Education is facing a number of key challenges including a a shift towards evidence-based models in HE teaching, a crisis in secondary creative education, and changes in the way that graduate outcomes are measured. The introduction of TEF poses significant structural challenge and, at the same time, the splitting of HEFCE with the OfS presents a danger of pedagogy drifting apart from research. All these challenges are unfolding in the context of an increasingly competitive global context and the uncertainty surrounding Brexit. How do creative HE leaders grapple with these challenges?
Talks include Prof Dean Hughes on Practice, Research and Pedagogy; Prof Susan Orr on Digitally Engaged Learning; Prof Sally Wade on Disciplines and Diversity; Dr Anne Adams on New Technologies in Teaching and Learning; and Tim Coole will walk you through degree apprenticeships and STEAM collaborations. NSEAD’s Lesley Butterworth will introduce the issues for Creative HE and CPD for Secondary Education.
Join fellow CHEAD members for talks, policy briefings and interactive workshops.
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