PedRIO Annual Conference 2015
  • 6th Floor, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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Plymouth University will be celebrating teaching, learning and pedagogy in higher education over two days during which we’ll be hosting the Centre for Recording Achievement’s (CRA) fourth international seminar and the fourth Pedagogic Research Institute and Observatory (PedRIO) Annual Conference. 

The conference will bring together leading academics from across the UK and beyond and will present high quality papers, interactive workshops, show and tell sessions and poster contributions. 

There will be keynotes from Dr Alison James, Associate Dean Teaching and Learning, London College of Fashion, University of Arts London “Helping students become creative and reflective learners, what do we know, what do we need to know” and Professor Ron Barnett, UCL Institute of Education, University College London, on “Believing in the University”.

The conference will run alongside the 4th Centre for Recording Achievement International Seminar on ‘Researching and Evaluating Recording Achievement, Personal Development Planning and e-Portfolio’, which takes place on the 16-17 April.

Sessions will be themed around six key areas (below) and based on research from across and between disciplines:

  • Education for sustainable development
  • Medical education
  • Masters level teaching
  • Spaces to think
  • Digital innovations
  • Inclusivity and student engagement.

View the programme via the above link.

Contact or call 01752 584529 for additional information.

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