HERE Seminar: Research-based teaching and learning: From national and institutional policies to practice
In a study visit to the University of Milan, provided for the HERE in 2017, HERE explored how a specific research-intensive university approached the concept of research-based teaching. This visit left a number of open questions that HERE wished to continue to explore through Technical Assistance Missions and a dedicated seminar that would contrast different examples and approaches. The current seminar is being held with this purpose.
The learning outcomes of this seminar are:
- Clarify terminology and approaches when it comes to different facets of research-based teaching, so as to better explore institutional strengths and weaknesses in HERE countries.
- Explore good practices in institution-driven, strategic approaches on how to integrate research and education missions.
- Generate ideas for how to build capacity of faculty members to implement research-based teaching and create a research based learning environment. This includes both research-oriented didactics and teaching students to use investigative approaches.
- Analyze national frameworks, policies and funding that may help or hinder the development of research based teaching in diverse types of institutions.
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