UCT’s Teaching and Learning Conference will bring together “inspiring people and challenging ideas” under the theme of Exploring our Landscape of Practice.
The daylong conference, set to take place on Wednesday 30 March in the Leslie Social Science building, was postponed due to the #FeesMustFall campaign in October last year. The conference is an opportunity for university educators to explore and reflect on the complex environment they operate in.
Planned activities include an interactive crowd-sourced session and formal presentations by practitioners looking at a wide variety of topics. There will also be a ‘change story’ venue where participants can explore the “human face of teaching and learning at UCT”.
Participants who registered to attend in October 2015 are asked to re-register.
Photo by Michael Hammond
Caption: Dr Mathilde van der Merwe of the Centre for Higher Education Development’s Language Development Group interacts with attendees at a Write Science course. Academic literacies will be one of the areas of discussion at the conference.
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