SEDA Spring Teaching Learning and Assessment Conference 2015

Internationalising the Curriculum: What does this mean? How can we achieve it?

14 May 2015 - 15 May 2015

Location: Marriott Victoria and Albert Hotel, Manchester

Day One


09.15 – 09.45 Registration and tea & coffee - GLASS ROOF FOYER

09.45 –10.00 Welcome and Introductions - SUITE 2 & 3

10.00 – 11.00 Opening Keynote Address - 'Internationalisation - from Principles to Practice' - SUITE 2 & 3

David Killick, Head, Academic Staff Development, Leeds Beckett University

11.00 – 11.30 Break - FOYER AREAS


11.30 – 13.00 Parallel Session 1

  1. Epistemological Foundations Matter: POISE - Personal Orientation to an International Student Experience Simon Atkinson - 1844
  2. "Virtual internationalisation" and the undergraduate curriculum in UK and overseas universities Bridget Middlemas, Jo Peat - SUITE 1
  3. Designing quizzes and treasure hunts for inclusive student engagement  Clare Millington - VICTORIA
13.00 – 14.00 Lunch - RESTAURANT

13.30 – 14.00 New to SEDA? Come and find out more Stephen Bostock - 1844

14.00 – 14.45 Parallel Session 2

  1. Understanding international student adjustment issues: successful support interventions and implications for practice John Bostock - 1844
  2. cancelled
  3. Developing a cross-disciplinary intercultural engagement toolkit Sara Felix, Mark Dunford, Marita Grimwood - SUITE 3
  4. cancelled
  5. "But I treat all students the same!” Raising awareness of unconscious bias in teaching and learning Debby Cotton, Jennie Winter - SUITE 1
14.50 – 15.35 Parallel Session 3

  1. You've internationalised me now support me: Building and supporting a global academic community - what,when and why Jenny Eland, Rachel Curzon, Sarah King - SUITE 1
  2. Exploring cultural aspects of student mobility – what do we know about students’ perceptions of their own and host culture of learning Monika Foster - SUITE 2
  3. Putting internationalisation into practice:how to inform and develop your teaching  Angela Hammond - 1844
  4. Measuring student experience of digital platforms for online international learning Emma Hill, Graham Price - VICTORIA
  5. Internationalising the Curriculum through interactive Webinars Trish Igoe, James Hairsine - SUITE 3

15.35 – 16.00 Break
- FOYER AREAS

16.00 – 16.45 Parallel Session 4

  1. Internationalisation and inclusive practice: Academic Equity in the ‘post-national’ university David Killick - SUITE 1
  2. ‘An experienced map reader’: the academic developer as traveller and other metaphors  Colleen McKenna, Jane Hughes - SUITE 3
  3. A Window to the World: Embedding Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) in the Taught Curriculum  Sabine McKinnon - 1844
  4. From Best Practice to Every Practice: The use of Reflective Critique to engage academic staff with Internationalisation Nicky Meer - VICTORIA
17.00 – 17.45 Network
 
Getting Published with SEDA James Wisdom (Chair, SEDA Educational Developments Magazine Editorial Committee) - 1844

Introducing SEDA Fellowships Marita Grimwood (SEDA Fellowships Co-ordinator) - VICTORIA

Poster Session - FOYER


18.00-18.45 SEDA AGM - VICTORIA

19.15 Drinks Reception - GLASS ROOF FOYER/TERRACE

20.00 Dinner - JOHN LOGIE BAIRD SUITE


Day Two


09.15 – 09.30 Welcome to day 2 - SUITE 2 & 3

09.30 – 10.25 Keynote Address - Internationalising the Curriculum: Teaching and Learning for the new Digital World
- SUITE 2 & 3

Mark Brown, Director, National Institute for Digital Learning, Dublin City University

10.25 – 10.45 Break - FOYER AREAS

10.45 – 12.15 Parallel Session 5

  1. Re-Setting all Student Expectations of Internationalisation during University Induction  Mary Crossan, Leanne de Main - VICTORIA
  2. Developing an international curriculum: why and how?  Examples PDF  Gap Analysis PDF  Pollyanna Magne - SUITE 3
  3. cancelled
12.20 – 13.15 Lunch

13.15 – 14.00 Parallel Session 6

  1. Easy embedding: improving internationalisation and academic success through email Joy Robbins - BOARDROOM
  2. Meeting Expectations: the challenge of providing staff development to overseas collaborative partners Karen Smith, Sally Alsford - SUITE 1
  3. Home and Away: a whole institution learning experience of international perspectives in higher education  Deborah Steele - VICTORIA
  4. Positionality and reflexive interaction: A critical internationalist Cultural Studies approach to inclusive student collaboration Rupert Waldron - 1844
  5. Unpacking the Lessons Learned from an Educational Development-Focused International MOOC for Internationalising the Curriculum Donna Ziegenfuss, Cynthia Furse - SUITE 2 & 3
14.00 – 14.15 Break - FOYER AREAS

14.15 – 15.15 Closing Keynote - Global perspectives on learning, teaching and assessment:​ avoiding unpleasant surprises and encouraging the love of learning - SUITE 2 & 3

Sally Brown, Emerita Professor, Leeds Beckett University, Visiting Professor at University of Plymouth and Liverpool John Moores University

15.15 – 15.30 Summing up and close
- SUITE 2 & 3
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