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The future of STEM education: supporting continuous improvement in teaching and assessment
Wednesday 28 July 16.00-17.00 BST // 11:00-12:00 EDT

As STEM teaching, learning and assessment becomes an increasingly important part of a global mission to enable upskilling, reskilling and increase access to education, join Times Higher Education and DigitalEd for a webinar event that tackles universities’ most pressing challenges relating to these issues and examples of how to address them.

Our expert panel of senior leaders from across North America and the UK will discuss:

• Best practice for choosing the modality of teaching courses (when to teach face-to-face, hybrid and fully online)
• Unlocking the potential of interactive learning and assessment, both in-person and digitally
• What positive effects of the mass shift to online should be maximised to make digital STEM education more robust and increase access
• How to maximise attainment by taking a student-led approach that enables personalised learning in STEM
• Continuous improvement in assessment: supporting vulnerable and underserved staff and students, minimising cheating and errors

Expert speakers include:
• Guy Daly, deputy vice-chancellor (education and students), Coventry University
• Nikita Hari, lecturer, Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology
• Louise Krmpotic, vice president, enterprise services , DigitalEd
• Augusto Z Macalalag, associate professor and program director, School of Education, Arcadia University
• David Rumsey, associate dean of engineering and computer sciences and professor of electrical and computer engineering and mathematics, Indiana Tech

This is a joint event hosted by THE and DigitalEd. The use of your data will be covered by our respective privacy notices. (Available to view on timeshighereducation.com and digitaled.com)

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Jul 28, 2021 04:00 PM in London

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