The Global Initiative for Education and Leadership and the Center for Learning Innovations and Customized Knowledge Solutions (CLICKS) are co-organizing a workshop to take place April 11, 2015 to April 13, 2015 in the United Arab Emirates in Dubai at the Novotel Deira Dubai. The workshop is titled “Innovative Methods for Student-Centered Teaching.”
The workshop is targeted at higher education professionals and is designed to improve the theoretical and practical understanding of pedagogical principles. Participants will also have the opportunity to practice designing innovative curriculum and presenting to their peers. UT Global’s Carolyne Creel and Laura Ewing will be leading the workshop and awarding the certificates of completion.
Based in Dubai, CLICKS works with institutions of higher education through building programs, consulting, and institutional mentoring. Their focus is in areas such as strategic planning, performance management, accreditation, standards compliance, technology in learning and the role of leadership in higher education.
Download .pdf: UT GLOBAL // CLICKS PROGRAM BROCHURE APRIL 2015
Register for “Innovative Methods for Student-Centered Teaching” Co-Sponsored by CLICKS and UT Global:
How can instructors design courses that focus on student-centered learning while also addressing challenges in higher education instruction assessment?
“Excellence in Innovative Teaching & Learning,” an exclusive three-day workshop for both new and experienced faculty in higher education, offers participants a unique opportunity to network, share experiences with professionals in their region, and explore new solutions.
The workshop will examine a number of topics including the relevance of Backward Planning and how to develop curricula that align with preferred learning and SMART outcomes.
Co-Organized by the Center for Learning Innovation and Customized Knowledge Solutions (CLICKS), this workshop features training from the UT Global Initiative for Education and Leadership (UTGI) at The University of Texas at Austin. UTGI’s award-winning instructors will draw upon decades of experience to provide educators with the means to improve theoretical and practical understanding of pedagogical principles.