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Events from 2019

Fri 13 Dec 2019 / 09.00 - 17.00
Workshop 'Inclusiveness for better study results'
When topics such as cultural differences, politics, gender and religious practices are discussed, even the most well-meaning can make painful mistakes that can lead to cultural conflict and misunderstanding. In this training, you are guided through some of the most challenging topics in the field of inclusion, such as micro-aggression, cultural appropriation and implicit bias. Furthermore you will be trained in this 1-day workshop how to create an inclusive environment in the 21st century.
Fri 1 Nov 2019 / 09.00 - 17.00
Workshop 'Culturally appropriate and effective feedback'
During this workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback means in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on formative feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education.Ā  DiverseĀ methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of givingĀ feedback and become more effective in the learning process.
Thu 31 Oct 2019 / 11.00 - 14.00
Workshops 'creating educational innovations that work'
Have you also been disappointed by the failure of a good innovative educational idea?
Fri 18 Oct 2019 / 09.00 - 17.00
Workshop 'Culturally appropriate and effective feedback'
During this workshop you will become acquainted with diverse ways of giving effective feedback, which can help you manage student performance in a transcultural context. You will practice methods that are very useful. You will learn what feedback can mean in an intercultural context, how it affects the learning process, and what the impact is of the message you communicate to others. The workshop focuses on feedback in the international classroom as well as in other professional settings in higher education.Ā DiverseĀ methods will be practiced. Personal inventories, critical incidents and questionnaires will be used as tools to develop and enhance your spectrum of givingĀ feedback and become more effective in the learning process.
Thu 17 Oct 2019 / 12.30 - 13.30
Supporting student project teams at EPFL
Are you interested to hear how EPFL in Switzerland supports student project teams? Then join the lunch and learn event on 17 October at University of Twente.
Tue 8 Oct 2019 / 10.00 - 17.00
Learning Spaces Tour @ TU/e
-Discover the added value of innovative learning spaces for education-
Fri 30 Aug 2019 / 09.00 - 17.00
Workshop 'How to beat procrastination'
A 1-day workshop designed to support lecturers who struggle with procrastinating tendencies of their students. ItĀ“s been said that all procrastination is delay, but not all delay is procrastination. It will provide you with useful information and strategies that will support you in helping students to develop the mind-set and the capacity to start and finish their projects on time!
Thu 4 Jul 2019 / 12.30 - 13.30
Adaptive expertise in leadership and professional learning
Education systems around the world are calling for transformative change to meet the challenges of a rapidly-changing, technology-enhanced environment in the context of increasing diversity and inequality in society. However doing things in new ways requires more than the acquisition of new skills and knowledge, it also requires new mind-sets and dispositions.
Tue 25 12.00 until 26 Jun 2019 17.00
CHEPS conference "Enhancing quality in Higher Education"
The Center for Higher Education Policy Studies (CHEPS) is organising a conference on "Enhancing quality in Higher Education" on 25 and 26 June at the University of Twente. Researchers, practitioners and professionals in higher education who are committed to improving the quality of teaching and learning are invited to join.