Presentations from Art, Design, Media Creative Learning and Teaching
Presentations from Learning and Teaching event, 29 November 2011 - in order of delivery
Freelance Journalist & Higher Education Consultant. Former President, NUS
Examining the implications of both the recent finance changes, and also the structural change as proposed for the higher education white paper. Aaron Porter covered how he expects provision to change over time, what the opportunities and challenges may be from proposals such as the new core and margin model of student number distribution. How will student demand change, what are the early indications of which factors will become more important like graduate destination data and employability. Re-emphasising the importance of students as partners, and how that might be realised in an ever more utilitarian landscape.
Morning Presentations, Parallel Sessions 1 - 4 (opens on another page)
(11.30 - 13.00)
Afternoon Presentations, Parallel Sessions 5 - 8 (opens on another page)
(13.45 - 15.15)
Professor Bruce Brown
Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research), University of Brighton
In this talk Professor Bruce Brown considered the distinctive contribution made to HE learning and teaching by the practice-based creative arts and how they embody the principles fundamental to a classic education.