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quarta-feira, 07/06/2017
Auditório B2, CP II, campus de Gualtar, Braga
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O IDEA-UMinho - Centro de Inovação e Desenvolvimento do Ensino e da Aprendizagem da Universidade do Minho é apresentado a 7 de junho, às 10h00, no auditório B2 (Complexo Pedagógico II) do campus de Gualtar, em Braga. A sessão conta com intervenções do reitor António M. Cunha e da equipa do novo Centro. Segue-se às 11h15 a conferência “Towards excellent education: a shared endeavour”, por Brent Carnell, da University College London (Reino Unido). Está ainda previsto um debate a partir das 12h15, sendo o encerramento às 13h00. Toda a academia está convidada a participar.

O Centro IDEA-UMinho visa apoiar os docentes na promoção da aprendizagem dos estudantes e, em interação com a academia, estimular a inovação nas práticas de ensino e de aprendizagem nos seus múltiplos contextos, dentro e fora da sala de aula. A valência reúne docentes de diversas áreas disciplinares da UMinho e é criada na linha de centros de desenvolvimento do ensino e da aprendizagem comuns em instituições internacionais de referência no ensino superior. Apoia-se numa conceção colaborativa de inovação e de desenvolvimento da docência, procurando envolver as Unidades Orgânicas e os docentes da UMinho.

PROGRAMA

10h00 | Intervenções de António M. Cunha, reitor da UMinho, de Filipe Vaz, pró-reitor da UMinho para os Novos Projetos de Ensino, e Manuel João Costa, da equipa do Centro IDEA-UMinho
11h15 | Conferência "Towards Excellent Education: A Shared Endeavour", por Brent Carnell, University College London
12h15 | Debate
13h00 | Fim dos trabalhos


Resumo da conferência (em inglês)

The purpose of education has evolved. Universities now have an important role to play in developing students with the skills and strengths needed to thrive in an unknown future, defined by new complex global challenges. The academic research conducted at universities, and the small group of people involved in the production of knowledge, has a long tradition of finding solutions to challenges facing the world, including those relating to health and well-being, environmental and cultural sustainability. It is an institution's research profile that has profound impact and in doing so bolsters a university's reputation, yet in many research-rich institutions this has had very little impact on education. It is argued by elevating education to the same level of importance as research, and by connecting two core university activities, its research and associated approaches to knowledge with its education offering, a whole range of benefits come about, including an enhanced student learning experience. In this new model focused on dialogue and active learning, students can gain enquiry-based development which will be key to success in future employment and studies.

After outlining the changing context of education, this presentation will go on to outline enablers of change at University College London - a leading research-intensive university in the United Kingdom. In doing so the talk will focus on the areas of work in the Arena Centre for Research-Based Education - a comparable centre for innovating and developing teaching and learning - which aims to bring together diverse groups to work towards the common goal of improving education. It will argue that every part of a university, its researchers, teachers, professional staff, and students - and even those beyond the academy - have an important role to play as we move towards excellent education.

Brent Carnell - nota biográfica (em inglês)

Senior Teaching Fellow at both The Arena Centre for Research-Based Education and The Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, UK. He is a lead on the institutional research-based education strategy UCL Connected Curriculum. He regularly delivers talks both nationally in the UK and internationally. His current research looks at the connection between the university's education strategy and its holistic physical environment. Brent currently leads on the organisation of the International Conference "Connecting Higher Education: International perspectives on research-based education" (London, 26-28 June 2017).
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