Quand :
1 December 2022 @ 15 h 00 min – 2 December 2022 @ 15 h 00 min
2022-12-01T15:00:00+01:00
2022-12-02T15:00:00+01:00
Où :
Cité internationale Universitaire, Collège franco-britannique, 9 B Boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris
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[InnovEd4TS Conference] Innovative initiatives and Transferable Skills in Higher Education @ Cité internationale Universitaire, Collège franco-britannique, 9 B Boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris

The InnovEd4TS – Innovative Education for Transferable Skills strategic partnership launched in 2019 as a stepping stone for the founding of the Circle U alliance will hold a closing conference hosted and organised by Université Paris Cité. On the agenda: presentation of innovative initiatives, recommendations and future prospects of the project.

The strategic partnership InnovEd4TS involves Université Paris Cité, Aarhus University, University of Oslo, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, UCLouvain and the University of Lisbon

Transferable Skills

The InnovEd4TS project brings together five Circle U. member universities (Université Paris Cité, University of Aarhus, University of Oslo, University of Humboldt and UCLouvain) in partnership with the University of Lisbon. The focus has been on the analysis and the development of initiatives that promote the acquistion of transferable skills that students need when facing future challenges.

Target audience

InnovEd4TS project members; the Advisory Board, the Coordination Group, Flagship Initiative representatives, Circle U. Think and Do Tank, Directors, Teaching and Learning Centre representatives, University Vice Presidents of Education, Circle U. partner students, and employers.

Objectives

Over the course of two days, participants will focus on transferable skills, their objectives, recommended strategies needed to build an ecosystem that fosters the development of these skills, and how initiatives can be implemented in the future by Circle U.

Want to participate?

Join us by sending an email to circleu.iro@u-paris.fr (subject to seating availability).

Programme

December 1

15:00–15:15

Welcome words

15:15–15:20

Introduction: InnovEd4TS Strategic Partnership – 3 years of collaboration

  • History of the project
  • Why Transferable Skills are relevant?
  • Presentation of the Booklet
  • Presentation of the Repository
  • Our 9 flagship initiatives
  • Recommendations for Supporting and Developing Transferable Skills in Higher Education

15:20–15:45

Break

15:45–19:00

Panel discussions around Transferable Skills in Higher Education

  • Feedback from students: What is their opinion on transferable skills?
  • The academic perspective: What are the professors’ views?
  • The professional world: How to tie transferable skills with the student’s future career path?

19:00

Cocktail

 

December 2

09:00–10:30

What strategies are needed to build an ecosystem fostering pedagogical transformation within Higher Education?

  • Curriculum models, including integrated curriculum and progression
  • Teachers’ training

10:30–10:45

Break

10:45–12:00

The future of our partnership: How Circle U. can take over the work of InnovEd4TS?

  • Presentation of the Circle U. Think and Do Tank for the Future of Higher Education
  • The way forward: How to internationalise and scale up InnovEd4TS initiatives in Circle U.

12:00

Lunch

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