Enabling staff and students to thrive in large-scale pedagogic transformation in #HigherEd with guest host Professor Ale Armellini @alejandroa
This #LTHEChat will address participants’ experiences of institutional change in universities, with a focus on pedagogic transformation. Whatever your role, you will be invited to reflect and share ideas on whether and how positive change can happen in universities, how buy-in can be generated and how we can assess impact on students. Barriers and blockages, with their rationale, will also be part of the conversation, as will the role of staff development, among other key topics. The post-Covid pedagogic future in HE will also be discussed. Join us on 24 March at 8pm GMT for another lively #LTHEChat.
Armellini, A., Teixeira Antunes, V. & Howe, R. (2021). Student perspectives on learning experiences in a Higher Education active blended learning context. Techtrends. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11528-021-00593-w
Lomer, S. & Palmer, E. (2021): ‘I didn’t know this was actually stuff that could help us, with actually learning’: student perceptions of Active Blended Learning. Teaching in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2020.1852202
Teixeira Antunes, V., Armellini, A. & Howe, R. (2021). Beliefs and engagement in an institution-wide pedagogic shift. Teaching in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2021.1881773
Alejandro (Ale) Armellini is Professor and Dean of Digital and Distributed Learning at the University of Portsmouth. His key role is to provide leadership in digital learning and teaching and learning innovation across all faculties and services. His portfolio covers the development, implementation and evaluation of Portsmouth’s Digital Success Plan, which will form part of the university’s Learning and Teaching Plan. In addition, Ale is responsible for leading and managing the university’s partnership with CEG Digital for the collaborative provision of distance learning programmes through Portsmouth Online.
Ale is a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and Fellow of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Ale’s research and doctoral supervision focus on learning innovation, online pedagogy, course design in online environments, institutional capacity building and open practices. He holds visiting professorships at several UK and overseas universities.