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уторак, 30 јануар 2024 09:50

EUA webinar series - Toward Tirana 2024, developments in the EHEA (III): Student-cantered learning

European University Association (EUA) informs that Registrations are open for the third webinar of the EUA series "Toward Tirana 2024, the Bologna Process and developments in the EHEA". This event will provide a discussion on  student-centered learning in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) ,  and takes place on 13 February 2024, from 14.00 to 15.00 CET.

The concept of student-centered learning (SCL) has an almost century-long history in education sciences, and has been featured in the Bologna Process Ministerial Communiqués since 2007. Over time, and as higher education institutions have granted increased attention to learning and teaching approaches, SCL has made its way into institutions’ strategies and policies, as pedagogies focusing on the learner, where the learning process is not only, or not primarily, about transfer of knowledge, but about deeper understanding and critical thinking. This entails shared responsibility for learning, between teachers and students, and a focus on students’ learning autonomy and their agency for pro-active, independent learning, discovery, and reflection. Whilst not limited to a certain methodology, SCL should be both a mindset and a culture within higher education institutions.

In this webinar, speakers will share their experience and views on the implementation of the learning outcomes approach, explore how it has enhanced the implementation of student-centered learning at their institutions and refer to challenges observed. They will also discuss how curriculum design and delivery, as well as learning and teaching approaches and strategies, have evolved towards a student-centered approach.


 * Coralie Debruyne, student, Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
 * Stephen Rutherford, National Teaching Fellow and Education Division Lead, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, United Kingdom
 * Ana Tecilazić, Vice-Rector for Quality, Algebra College, Croatia, and former co-chair, Bologna Follow-Up Group Working Group on
   Learning and Teaching
 * Oliver Vettori, Head of Programme Management and Teaching & Learning Support, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Wien), Austria
 * Moderated by Thérèse Zhang, Deputy Director, Higher Education Policy Unit, EUA

Register now 

Registrations will remain open until the start of the webinar. Participation is free of charge and open to all.