Tuesday, 25 June 2019
Location: campus University of Twente, Building RAVELIJN
Arrival of participants/registration/coffee/light lunch
Welcome by University of Twente
Welcome by Hans Vossensteyn (Managing Director CHEPS)
Andrea Kottmann (CHEPS): Results of the CETLFUNK project: To what extent do CETLS stimulate quality enhancement in higher education institutions?
Keynote: Jet de Ranitz (president of Inholland UAS): Quality enhancement for a diverse student population: Do public policies empower institutions to achieve quality of teaching and learning?
Panel discussion with Jet de Ranitz and Andrea Kottmann
Moderation: Don Westerheijden (CHEPS)
Coffee/tea break and Poster presentations
Inspired by posters: exchange of ideas on the role of CETLS: enablers and disablers.
What would (not) work in your case?
Wednesday, June 26 2019
Location: campus University of Twente, Building Ravelijn
Arrival with coffee/tea
Welcome to day 2: Explanation of a Simulation exercise
Design your own CETL: a user perspective
Wrap up: what do we learn from designing our own CETLS?
Keynote: professor Arild Raaheim (professor of Higher Education at the University of Bergen, Norway, and at the Norwegian School of Economics) Improving teaching & learning: benefits for students and the professionalization of teaching staff
Lunch and farewell