Quality Assurance Workshop on the 21st Century Innovative & Learner-centred Pedagogical Skills for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges

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Quality Assurance Workshop on the 21st Century Innovative & Learner-centred Pedagogical Skills for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges

The Association on African Universities (AAU) is pleased to announce its 4-day Quality Assurance Workshop on the 21st Century Innovative & Learner-centred Pedagogical Skills for Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges.

Dates: Tuesday 13th – Friday 16th February 2018
Venue: Grand Global Hotel, Kampala, UGANDA

COURSE AIM

Impart knowledge and skills related to teaching and learning in higher education to those lecturers who have an interest in updating or upgrading themselves to new modes of teaching and knowledge dissemination in higher education.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

– Share knowledge on the important endowments and characteristics of a good lecturer

– Equip participants with the background knowledge that informs the teaching and learning practices

– Impart knowledge and skills of the diverse ways of teaching and learning using various Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs)

– Make known to participants the recommended new modes of teaching and the various associated activities

-Impart knowledge and skill on the management of tertiary education classes/classrooms

-To expose to participants the importance of students’ physical and socio-economic environments in teaching and learning.

WORKSHOP METHODOLOGY

The objectives of this course will be achieved through lead lectures, intensive participant interaction over carefully selected cases and other materials in a process facilitated by renowned Resource Persons.

 PARTICIPATION

To ensure effective interaction and exchange of ideas, a maximum of 50 participants will be strictly observed, basing the selection on the principle of “first come, first served”. Participation is open to all who are teaching and managing teaching and learning (e.g. QA Personnel) in Higher Education/Tertiary institutions regardless of the area of speciality except those who already have a teaching qualification and any other personnel who are involved in teaching activities.

WORKSHOP FEES:

International participants: USD400.00

Local Uganda Participants: USD200.00  

LINK TO REGISTRATION:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BhetsUGANDA2018 

PLEASE ACCESS FULL DETAILS HERE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION : Workshop Information on UGANDA BHETS, FEBRUARY 2018

5 Comments

  1. Fatuma says:

    The link to registration is not active

    • Dr Violet Makuku says:

      Dear Fatuma,

      The link to registration is very active and I just copied it and it led me to the registration form immediately. In addition, other people have been registering too everyday.

      Kindly try again. Maybe it is your Internet. Kindly give me your e-mail address by writing to vmakuku@aau.org and vmakuku@gmail.com My WhatsApp number is +233 263 129 798

  2. Felicia Kuagbedzi says:

    Dear Fatuma

    Please paste this link to your browser

    https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/BhetsUGANDA2018

  3. etta, hannah says:

    Hello. For those that can’t attend, can we have materials emailed to us? I will be grateful to recieve materials on new teaching methods. My email: sarahrhoda@yahoo.co.uk

    • Dr Violet Makuku says:

      Dear Sarah,

      Thanks for the communication. Unfortunately the workshop materials will only be distributed to those who attend the workshop. We are planning to have the workshops online so that people can pay at some point after doing a module or so free of charge. However, it won’t be an event but a process we have already started working on. Once more I am sorry about that.

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