The programme students follow throughout their studies is a defining factor in their overall learning experience. The design of coherent, fit-for-purpose curricula should therefore be a central issue in every institution’s approach to shaping its individual learning and teaching strategy and policy. This process should also involve stakeholders, most importantly students, to ensure the relevance of the curriculum.
This webinar explored various aspects to consider when designing curricula. It presented selected findings of the 2019 EUA Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Groups, in particular from the curriculum design group, but also of the other three on internationalisation, evidence-based approaches and student assessment.
A recording of the webinar is available on the EUA YouTube Channel.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 from 14.00 to 15.00
• Introduction – Tia Loukkola, Director, Institutional Development, EUA
• Elements of an “ideal curriculum” – Oliver Vettori, Director of Programme Management and Teaching and Learning Support, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria
• Additional considerations for ensuring curricular coherence – Helene Peterbauer, Policy & Project Officer, Institutional Development, EUA
• Including the student voice in curriculum design and enhancement – Nina de Winter, Executive Committee Member, European Students’ Union (ESU)
The webinar was of interest to institutional leaders, academic staff, researchers, students and policy makers interested in learning and teaching, as well as other stakeholders in higher education.
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The presentations additional considerations for ensuring curricular coherence and on the student voice in curriculum design and enhancement are available.