Learning/Teaching/Training Events for Faculty and HE Learners:
1st Workshop on peer-Advising with Students in July 2018 in Freiburg
CREATES first student exchange and training event is coming up in July 10-14, 2018 at UCF. We are pleased to invite 3-4 students from each partner university to participate in the “Students for Students International Peer Advising Student Conference in the Black Forest” to share ideas and advance our joint work on peer advising (IO3).
The focus of the student workshop will be an exchange of needs and experiences concerning peer advising among international students. Furthermore, it will include training sessions with a focus on intercultural mentoring and conflict resolution.
As part of Intellectual Output 3, the workshop will be designed for students from a variety of curricular backgrounds with the objective of elaborating with and introducing them to the practice of peer-advising and working with other students for their academic and professional development.
2nd workshop on Peer- and Self-Advising with students in June 2019 in Lüneburg
Similar to the 1st workshop, the 2nd workshop will focus on the practice of peer advising and self-advising, working with e-portfolios and other tools for academic and professional development, and on peer adviseing. It will present the methods having incorporated the feedback following the 1st workshop.
Faculty Training Event On Responsive, Engaged and Tailored Education in July 2019 in Pisa
This three-day joint staff training event will bring together a group of 15 teachers (1-2 from each partner institution + 1 person from the development team). The aim is to present the tools developed as part of Output 1, so that teachers can use them in their own teaching.
Factulty Training Event on “Integrative Advising” in July 2019 in Maastricht
During the three-day training event, instructors from UCM, Leuphana and UCF will introduce two participants from each partner to the advising toolkit as part of Output 2, also offering them the opportunity to apply what they have learned by advising each other in recorded face-to-face sessions. An important aim is to prepare participant to assume the role of coaches who will introduce faculty to the innovative approaches in advising represented in the toolkit. Moreover, participants will be asked to reflect on what they have learned and provide both open feedback and a structured evaluation of the techniques. This feedback will be used by the Development Team to adjust the tools in the final phase of product development.
Multiplier Conference on “Creating Responsive and Engaging Education with Students” in March 2020 in Lüneburg
The two-day event will address decision-makers at HEIs in Europe and advocate the implementation of a responsive and engaged approach to learning. It will be an opportunity to specify the societal demand for this approach; develop the major justifications for it; outline its major principles and features; present evidence for its feasibility (based on the experiences at the partner institutions and the tools development). Special room will be given for discussing the challenges that this approach raises.
Multiplier Conference on “Engaged and co-creative learning” in April 2020 in Freiburg
The two-day conference is dedicated to new orientations in teaching and learning, bringing together about 60 participants from European HEIs. The conference will have parallel panels on differet aspects of module design and will feature impact talks from partner institutions; tools- and practice- based workshops as well as roundtable discussions on key issues.
Multiplier Conference in May 2020 in Maastricht
The two-day conference will be dedicated to strategies for opening up curricula to student choice and supporting student development through impactful advising. It will bring together 50 representatives from European HEIs to present CREATES outputs and results and to discuss both trends in curricula and innovations in advising.
Final Multiplier Conference “CREATES: Creating Responsive, Engaging and Tailored Education with Students” in June 2019 in Brussels
The one-day seminar for policy makers and stakeholders (25 participants) from within and outside higher education will bring together different perspectives on the relevance of co-creation in higher education and discussing CREATES’ policy recommendations. It will concretely focus on how the toolkits and insights produced by the partners can be im-plemented throughout the higher education sector.