27th April 2016
The idea that higher education institutions and educators themselves need to be innovative is often taken for granted, to the extent of seeming now trite and meaningless, but What does innovation in teaching and learning actually mean? Why is it so important? What does it look like? What is the role of technologies in all this? What are the implications for the future of teaching as a profession?
The next DMLL Expo will address some of these questions and provide opportunities to familiarise with examples of meaningful innovation exploring approaches to teaching and learning that are alternative to mainstream practices.
“Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.”
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Keynote: Brian Lamb
Keynote: Jim Groom
Keynote: Jacqui Speculand and Fiona Harvey
Why Flipped? A Debate: David Ridley
Why Games: Luca Morini and Sylvester Arnab
How Flipped: Alan Richards
Reclaiming Innovation: Jim Groom and Brian Lamb