A successful “teach-the-teacher” strategy|
Roberta Moscon, University of Trento
The shift to a student-centered education system has implied disruptive change in learning and teaching. Roberta Moscon from the University of Trento discusses how more higher education institutions are now adopting innovative methods for delivering graduates with skills adequate for the job market, as well as competences in how to tackle pressing societal challenges such as inclusiveness and citizenship.
Toward quality culture in learning and teaching|
Tia Loukkola, EUA
Quality assurance and the enhancement of learning and teaching are no longer exclusively the responsibility of those with the explicit responsibilities attached to their job titles. As EUA’s Tia Loukkola explains, a shift in culture around learning and teaching towards a more collective responsibility is underway, meaning an opportunity to bring added value to universities.
08 Mar 2019
Universities and innovation: beyond the third mission|
Thomas Jorgensen, EUA
The increased focus on innovation as a key driver for our societies is influencing every single university mission. As project-based learning and co-creation in research move into the mainstream of university activities, the third mission (service to society or outreach) becomes increasingly an integrated part of both the research and education missions.