Agenda of the event:
A two-hour zoom session:
Presentation by Guest Speaker Dr Paul Hanstedt (45 minutes plenary)
Q&A (15 minutes)
Small Breakout sessions – Five breakout sessions with facilitators where each session will discuss a specific topic (30 minutes). Participants can sign up for each topic upon registration for the event. The following are the break out session topics:
1. How can we break the boundaries between the static university learning and the complex fluidity of the global world?
2. How can we help our students to better understand and prepare for the complexity of the world beyond the walls of the academe?
3. How do we rethink our curricula in light of the sorts of problems students will be asked to solve, the skills and thinking they need to address (complex) problems in a constructive, ethical and equitable way?
4. What are the questions we as academics need to ask about teaching and learning in Higher Education, and what possibilities have we NOT considered?
5. What does deep, lasting, meaningful education look like and how/where does it happen?
Report back by facilitators (20 minutes, 3-4 minutes each)
Closing comments (10 minutes)