This National Forum Insight examines the concept of ‘Agile Curriculum’, emerging in tandem with changing modes of engagement with higher education.
This Forum Insight focuses on the national Open Courses initiative, established by the National Forum and sectoral colleagues in 2017.
Simon Harris TD, Ireland’s Minister for Further & Higher Education, Research, Innovation & Science officially launches the report and findings from the national sectoral partnership project- Next Steps for Teaching and Learning: Moving Forward Together. The overarching aim of the ‘Next Steps’ project was to address the question, in the context of COVID-19, ‘What have we learnt and what does it mean for the future of teaching and learning in Irish higher education?’
This launch is the centre-piece of VIT&L Week events and activities. This event shares the findings from the project. These findings are discussed by a panel which includes student, staff, senior management, sector, system and international representatives. This Ministerial launch event is chaired and presented by Irish print and broadcast journalist Matt Cooper.
Presented by Grainne Seoige and featuring varied voices from the sector reflecting on what the whirlwind of recent months means for T&L
In Conversation: Prof Merrilyn Goos, University Of The Sunshine Coast, Discusses Initial Research Findings From The Fellowship Research Of Dr Barry Ryan
Prof Áine Hyland, Ucc, Discusses Intial Research Findings From The Fellowship Research Of Prof Chris Lynch