11 July 2018
14:00-15:00, Huxley Building, room 340 (tea and coffee served from 13:45)
Professor Alan Spivey, Assistant Provost (learning and teaching), will be giving an update on Learning and Teaching Strategy progress, activities and events. Alan will also be running a short Q&A session – if you have any questions on Curriculum Review or Pedagogy Transformation, please do come along and ask them.
Following Alan, we will be showcasing the teaching and insights of two Imperial staff members. Abstracts will appear below once each talk is confirmed.
Imperial College Concept Collaboratory (ICCC)
Dr Umang Shah
The Imperial College Concept Collaboratory (ICCC) is a repository for concept-based education at Imperial.
The ICCC utilises inquiry based activities, interactive virtual labs and innovative learning materials such as comics and games that can be accessed by staff and students across a range of courses and disciplines.
Dr Umang Shah from the Department of Chemical Engineering is leading this project and will be joining us to talk about the progress to date.
Making tomorrow's doctors today’s teachers
Dr Ged Murtagh
Dr Ged Murtagh from the Department of Surgery and Cancer has been leading on a project that uses year 5 medical students in the process of course and curriculum design. In doing so he has utilised the students’ educational experience and used it as a driver for learning and teaching innovation.
Employing some of the principles of the College’s Centre for Engagement and Simulation Science led by Professor Roger Kneebone, students use high realism simulation, realistic prosthetic materials and professional actors to simulate learning scenarios. All of this was designed to build microcosms of student partnership learning