Education and Engagement: Looking forward
Monday 9th June 12pm-4pm, A48 Sir Clive Granger Building, University Park
The University of Nottingham and the Students’ Union are committed to working together to enhance teaching and collaborate on developing models of excellent practice for student engagement.
As part of the wider conversation surrounding student and staff engagement practices, we would like to invite you to the first education summit hosted jointly by the Students’ Union and the University. The summit brings together students and staff to discuss ways for enhancing the quality of the learning experience at The University of Nottingham through the use of small breakout sessions.
With sessions facilitated by students, the summit aims to provide an opportunity for discussions and engagement with the following themes which can impact on how staff and students interact:
- Engagement and Identities: the role of student societies within schools
- Communication: how can we improve the methods for students and staff communicating?
- Student Engagement: How can students and staff work together on projects in partnership
Spaces are limited for the summit with bookings being made via a “first come, first served” basis. To reserve a place please e-mail the following details to the email address below:
- Your full-name
- Your school/department
- Whether you are staff/student
- Whether you have any dietary requirements
E: mail: email@example.com
Schedule for the afternoon
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
|12.00pm:||Registration and Lunch|
|12.45pm||Welcome from Professor David Greenaway, Vice-ChancellorProfessor Alan Ford (Pro Vice-Chancellor for Teaching & Learning) and Ms Dasha Karzunina (current Students’ Union Education Officer) will also welcome delegates|
Each session will have three breakouts, each covering one of the three themes of Identity, Communication and Partnership. Delegates will have the opportunity to engage with each theme.
|1.00pm||Session 1 with breakouts|
|1.45pm||Session 2 with breakout|
|2.45pm||Session 3 with breakouts|
The three facilitators will come together and provide an overview of each of their breakout sessions pulling together key themes and solutions generated. Members of the panel, including Professor Wyn Morgan (Assistant Pro -Vice-Chancellor for Teaching & Learning) and Dr Paul Greatrix (Registrar), will address issues raised from the floor.
If you require any further details on this event then please email firstname.lastname@example.org