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IEAA Teaching and Learning Forum 2024

Global Trends in International Higher Education
08 Aug 2024, Sydney
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IEAA's Teaching and Learning Network is concerned with the curriculum implications for students in an increasingly connected global society. What does the presence of international students in our classrooms mean for how all students and teachers learn and teach?
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Join us for a day of discovery at the IEAA Teaching and Learning Forum, presented by the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA). Central to this year’s theme, "Trends in Higher Education: Navigating the Future Together," this forum brings together a diverse group of academic professionals to address emerging trends that are shaping international higher education. 

Our one-day event will unpack key topics including the impact of Generative AI, the principles of equitable and inclusive teaching, the reimaging of assessment methodologies, and the cultivation of lifelong learning. We will also tackle how to foster a sense of belonging and connectedness, integrate education for sustainable development practices, utilising learning and predictive analytics, and leveraging the agility of flexible learning environments and microcredentials. 

The forum is designed to be highly interactive, offering numerous opportunities for engagement through activities and collaborative sessions. With a focus on practical insights and forward-thinking strategies, attendees will leave equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to shape the future of learning and teaching.

Program

Thursday 8 August | 10:00am - 5:00pm (AEST)

Program and speakers will be announced in June..

Audience

This forum will prove useful for education professionals across Australia, including:

  • Faculty members
  • Administrators
  • Curriculum designers from schools, vocational education colleges, and universities.

Outcomes

Forum participants will come away with a better understanding of:

  • Actionable strategies for embedding international trends into curriculum design.
  • Enhanced teaching practices to promote inclusive and equitable learning environments for diverse student populations.
  • Innovative assessment techniques responsive to the demands of a rapidly changing educational landscape.
  • Tool kits for creating sustainable educational models that support lifelong learning and development.
  • Cultivating a professional network through interactive exchanges, fostering collaborative opportunities for international educational advancement.


 

This event is led by IEAA ’s Teaching and Learning Network

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La Trobe University Sydney
255 Elizabeth Street
Sydney
08 Aug 2024
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IEAA Teaching and Learning Forum 2024

IEAA's Teaching and Learning Network is concerned with the curriculum implications for students in an increasingly connected global society. What does the presence of international students in our classrooms mean for how all students and teachers learn and teach?

Join us for a day of discovery at the IEAA Teaching and Learning Forum, presented by the International Education Association of Australia (IEAA). Central to this year’s theme, "Trends in Higher Education: Navigating the Future Together," this forum brings together a diverse group of academic professionals to address emerging trends that are shaping international higher education. 

Our one-day event will unpack key topics including the impact of Generative AI, the principles of equitable and inclusive teaching, the reimaging of assessment methodologies, and the cultivation of lifelong learning. We will also tackle how to foster a sense of belonging and connectedness, integrate education for sustainable development practices, utilising learning and predictive analytics, and leveraging the agility of flexible learning environments and microcredentials. 

The forum is designed to be highly interactive, offering numerous opportunities for engagement through activities and collaborative sessions. With a focus on practical insights and forward-thinking strategies, attendees will leave equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to shape the future of learning and teaching.

Program

Thursday 8 August | 10:00am - 5:00pm (AEST)

Program and speakers will be announced in June..

Audience

This forum will prove useful for education professionals across Australia, including:

  • Faculty members
  • Administrators
  • Curriculum designers from schools, vocational education colleges, and universities.

Outcomes

Forum participants will come away with a better understanding of:

  • Actionable strategies for embedding international trends into curriculum design.
  • Enhanced teaching practices to promote inclusive and equitable learning environments for diverse student populations.
  • Innovative assessment techniques responsive to the demands of a rapidly changing educational landscape.
  • Tool kits for creating sustainable educational models that support lifelong learning and development.
  • Cultivating a professional network through interactive exchanges, fostering collaborative opportunities for international educational advancement.


 

This event is led by IEAA ’s Teaching and Learning Network

When
8/08/2024 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
La Trobe University Sydney 255 Elizabeth Street Sydney, NSW 2000 AUSTRALIA
Sign in or create an account to register Registration ends 1/08/2024 5:00 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
 

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