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Pre-conference workshops

HERDSA Conference 2019

Next Generation, Higher Education: Challenges, Changes and Opportunities

2-5 July 2019. Auckland, New Zealand


For any questions regarding the Pre-Conference Workshops please contact the HERDSA 2019 Events Team

Conference dates

Pre-conference workshops
2 July 2019

Welcome reception and poster session
3 July 2019

Conference dinner
4 July 2019

Conference closes
5 July 2019

Tuesday 2 July 2019: Full-day workshop 9.30am - 3.00pm

Talking about Teaching and Learning (TATAL) 2019

Room 206-216

Robert Kennelly, Dr Raj Shekhawat, Dr Dieter J. Schönwetter, Angela Tsai, Rachelle Singleton, Mary-Ann Shuker, Benny Liu

Tuesday 2 July 2019: Morning workshops 9.30am - 12.30pm

HERDSA Fellowship Assessors’ Training (no cost to conference attendees)

Room 206-201

Susan Blackley

Writing (and Teaching Writing) with Pleasure

Room 206-217

Professor Helen Sword

Owning the Rubric: Facilitating rubric co-construction

Room 206-215

Beverly J. Christian, Dr Peter Kilgour, Dr Carolyn Rickett, Dr Wendy Jackson, Dr John Seddon, Assoc. Prof. Maria Northcote

Assessing teaching excellence based on scholarly teaching portfolios

Room 206-210

Assoc. Prof. Thomas Olsson, Assoc. Prof. Torgny Roxå

Embedding evaluation and research into curriculum design and delivery

Room 202-213

Dr Jo-Anne Kelder, Assoc. Prof. Andrea Carr

Academic integrity – challenges and opportunities

Room 206-314

Dr Richard Lobb, Dr Sathiamoorthy Manoharan

Teaching future-ready graduates: Implications for changing academic practices

Room 206-302

Susan Geertshuis, Narissa Lewis, Qian Liu

Tuesday 2 July 2019: Afternoon workshops 1.30 - 4.30pm

Publishing in higher education: A ‘hands on’ workshop (no cost to conference attendees)

Room 206-201

Dr Wendy Green, Dr Bernadette Knewstubb, Dr Stephen Marshall, Dr Craig Whitsed

Supporting academic staff in the tectonic shift to Block Mode

Room 206-215

Kaye Cleary, Miriam Bennett

Slam, flash, rap: Creative approaches to reflecting on teaching and learning

Room 206-202

Dr Ursula Edgington, Dr Jason Harding, Dr Jean Rath

Standards for Scholarship in Higher Education: a solution-focused approach so scholarship is visible, monitored, measured and met

Room 206-314

Dr Andrea Carr, Dr Jo-Anne Kelder, Assoc. Prof. Deborah King, Dr Catherine Moore, Assoc. Prof. Melanie Williams

Mess-ups in Higher Education

Room 206-217

Assoc. Prof. Ricardo Sosa, Assoc. Prof. Andy Connor

Curriculum 2025: Educating the next generation

Room 206-302

Dr Sonia Ferns, Professor Dawn Bennett, Professor Vaille Dawson, Assoc. Prof. Christine Howitt

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