Open lecture: Transformative student learning gains
Opening lecture of the lecture series “Insights into learning and teaching in transforming contexts of higher education” (Aug - Nov 2019)
The lecture series addresses topical issues in university communities: How do we know if university teaching promotes student engagement and high-quality learning gains? What is a transformative power of curriculum? How to understand “global attractiveness” and internationalisation of universities? The aim is to have an analytical and critical look at development processes in academic work. The lecture series explores new perspectives for the future – from the teacher’s and student’s perspective – in the international/global context of higher education.
12 August 2019, Tampere University, City centre campus, Pinni B, room B3107
12:15 – 13:45 Open lecture
Camille Kandiko Howson (Imperial College London, UK) “Transformative student learning gains”
13:45 – 14:00 Break
14:00 – 15:45 Open seminar
Vesa Korhonen (Tampere University) “Reviewing First Year students’ engagement within different disciplinary fields at a Finnish university”
Mari Murtonen (Tampere University & University of Turku) “Intended learning outcomes – benefits and pitfalls”
Discussant Camille Kandiko Howson
The event will be stramed online. More information and registration: https://research.tuni.fi/het/event/lecture-series-2019/
The event is a part of open lecture series organised by HET Higher Education in Transition research group and the Team of University Pedagogy, Faculty of Education and Culture, Tampere University.