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IEAA Teaching and Learning Webinar

Pre-Forum Roundtable: Shaping "Trends in International Higher Education: Navigating the Future Together"
27 Jun 2024, Online Via Zoom
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Pre-Forum Roundtable: Shaping "Trends in International Higher Education: Navigating the Future Together"
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Join us for a vital roundtable discussion as we lay the groundwork for the upcoming IEAA Teaching and Learning Forum on August 8. This virtual gathering is intended to harness the collective expertise and perspectives of academic leaders and educators from the higher education and vocational education and training (VET) sectors.

The focus of this session is to engage participants in a dialogue about the current challenges and emerging trends they are observing and/or experiencing in international education. By sharing insights and specific issues, attendees will directly contribute to shaping the agenda of the upcoming face-to-face forum. Topics of interest might include the impact of Generative AI, evolving assessment methodologies, equitable and inclusive teaching strategies, and sustainability practices in education.

This roundtable is an opportunity for participants to ensure the main event addresses the most pertinent and pressing topics, creating a forum that is both relevant and impactful.

Pre-event survey

We encourage to you to complete the pre-event survey. Your responses will help shape the discussion during the webinar. Click on the following link to complete the survey.

Audience

This webinar will prove useful for:

  • Academic leaders and educators involved in curriculum development and teaching, and others involved in shaping educational policies and curricula within higher education and VET institutions.

Outcomes

Webinar participants will come away with a better understanding of:

  • Current challenges and identifying key trends affecting international education, directly influencing the thematic structure of the main teaching and learning forum.
  • Collaborative planning to ensure the forum’s agenda is comprehensive and reflective of current international educational landscapes.
  • Forming a network of peers and thought leaders, fostering collaborative opportunities and partnerships.


 

This event is led by IEAA’s Teaching & Learning Network.

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Event Speakers

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Christina Del Medico

Director, Learning and Teaching
Navitas Ltd

Christina Del Medico is Director of Learning & Teaching at Navitas University Partnerships Australasia (UPA). She is a highly effective and experienced learning and teaching expert with a strong practice in strategic leadership in International Higher Education. Christina is committed to delivering results and adopting innovative and responsive teaching approaches rooted in sound philosophical and pedagogical foundations. Christina’s expertise includes building teacher capability, curriculum and digital transformation, innovation and strategic leadership. Christina is passionate about the student experience and successful outcomes for students.

Casey Parkes

Director, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
Kaplan Australia

Casey is currently Director, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at Kaplan Australia. She previously held the position of Academic Director at the University of Newcastle College of International Education, the Kaplan operated international pathway college of the University of Newcastle. She comes from an English teaching background and taught in Mongolia for two years and with Kaplan Business School in Sydney for six years. Before working within education, she worked in the tourism sector, including positions with Tourism Australia and Booking.com

Dr Raul Sanchez-Urribarri

Associate Dean (Academic and International Partnerships)
La Trobe University

Raul Sanchez-Urribarri is Associate Dean (Academic and International Partnerships) at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and a Senior Lecturer in Crime, Justice and Legal Studies at the Department of Social Inquiry, La Trobe University. He holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of South Carolina, an LLM from Cambridge University, and a Law Degree (Cum Laude) from Universidad Catolica (Caracas, Venezuela). A scholar with over two decades of research and teaching experience in Law, Politics and Latin American Studies, he has a strong interest in the internationalisation of higher education, particularly on international mobility and intercultural teaching and learning. Raul is the also of La Trobe’s Philippines-Australia Forum, a Co-Editor at Thesis Eleven Journal (Sage), and is the Vice-President of the Consortium of Undergraduate Law and Justice Programs (CULJP).

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IEAA Teaching and Learning Webinar

Pre-Forum Roundtable: Shaping "Trends in International Higher Education: Navigating the Future Together"

Join us for a vital roundtable discussion as we lay the groundwork for the upcoming IEAA Teaching and Learning Forum on August 8. This virtual gathering is intended to harness the collective expertise and perspectives of academic leaders and educators from the higher education and vocational education and training (VET) sectors.

The focus of this session is to engage participants in a dialogue about the current challenges and emerging trends they are observing and/or experiencing in international education. By sharing insights and specific issues, attendees will directly contribute to shaping the agenda of the upcoming face-to-face forum. Topics of interest might include the impact of Generative AI, evolving assessment methodologies, equitable and inclusive teaching strategies, and sustainability practices in education.

This roundtable is an opportunity for participants to ensure the main event addresses the most pertinent and pressing topics, creating a forum that is both relevant and impactful.

Pre-event survey

We encourage to you to complete the pre-event survey. Your responses will help shape the discussion during the webinar. Click on the following link to complete the survey.

Audience

This webinar will prove useful for:

  • Academic leaders and educators involved in curriculum development and teaching, and others involved in shaping educational policies and curricula within higher education and VET institutions.

Outcomes

Webinar participants will come away with a better understanding of:

  • Current challenges and identifying key trends affecting international education, directly influencing the thematic structure of the main teaching and learning forum.
  • Collaborative planning to ensure the forum’s agenda is comprehensive and reflective of current international educational landscapes.
  • Forming a network of peers and thought leaders, fostering collaborative opportunities and partnerships.


 

This event is led by IEAA’s Teaching & Learning Network.

When
27/06/2024 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
AUS Eastern Standard Time
Where
Online Via Zoom
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