Upcoming Conferences

 

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Learning and Teaching Conferences 

(Organised by conference date)

 

May 2022

 

Enhancing the Student Experience 2022 (Universities UK)

26 May 2022

London, UK

As we emerge in a post-pandemic world, universities must show agility and foresight to continuously improve the student experience. From fine-tuning blended learning and supporting mental health to ensuring safety and inclusion on campus, join us as we assess all areas of the student experience.

 

June 2022

 

4th World Conference on Teaching and Education (World CTE)

3-5 June 2022

University of Oxford (with virtual option)

Scholars, scientists, researchers, graduate and post-graduate students from around the world will come together to share their unique perspectives and experiences, inspire and learn from each other, uncover new trends, discuss common challenges, and brainstorm creative solutions.

 

Curriculum Symposium 2022: Personalising the Curriculum: Quality Assurance in a World Where One Size Doesn’t Fit All (Advance HE)

8 June 2022

Leeds, UK

This symposium will provide staff with a useful forum to encourage the exchange and dissemination of new approaches to curriculum design and development. It will aim to offer reflections, insights and solutions to issues of curriculum design as well as exploring how colleagues across the sector are reshaping their curricula using new and innovative methods.

 

University of Worcester Learning and Teaching Conference 2022

8-9 June 2022

Call for Papers – due 29 April 2022

We are still emerging from the experiences of the pandemic and its impact on learning, teaching, assessment and the broader student experience. As we move back towards a campus-based experience, what have we learnt over this intense period that we can and should take forward into our learning teaching practice in the future? How do we take on-board the range of student feedback about being part of a community and creating a sense of belonging?

We will explore this theme through inviting papers and case studies particularly related to the following strands:

  • Digital is not just online – how can we bring those online experiences into the classroom and blended learning
  • Fostering a sense of belonging in and beyond the curriculum
  • Innovating for the future – Reflections on learning, teaching and assessment practice throughout the pandemic and taking practice forward

 

University of Edinburgh Learning and Teaching Conference 

14-16 June 2022

University of Edinburgh (hybrid)

The University of Edinburgh Learning and Teaching Conference takes place 14-16 June 2022. Day 1 (14 June) will be held in the McEwan Hall with opportunities to watch online. This day will focus on keynote presentations, panel talks, poster presentations, and opportunities to network. Days 2 and 3 (15 & 16 June) will take place online. These shorter days will showcase paper presentations, workshops, short talks, panel discussions, and storytelling.

 

8th International Conference on Higher Education Advances (HEAd’22) (Higher Education Advances)

14-17 June 2022

Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain (hybrid)

This conference is a consolidated forum for researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas, experiences, opinions and research results relating to the preparation of students, teaching/learning methodologies and the organization of educational systems.

The HEAd’22 conference will be held on June 14-17, 2022 on the Faculty of Business Administration and Management of the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), which has been recently ranked as the best technical university in Spain by the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2021.

 

European Conference of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 2022 (Manchester Metropolitan University)

15-17 June 2022

Manchester Metropolitan University

The theme of the 2022 conference is ‘Building Communities through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning’. This theme opens space for discussions about the collegiality, culture, interprofessional and interpersonal dimensions of the scholarship of teaching and learning including: Building community, narratives of community, uniting community and inclusive community.

 

(Advance HE)

16 June 2022

The Studio, Birmingham

A one-day conference bringing together higher education experts in gender equality to address the gender imbalance in higher education. Find out how global universities are performing in terms of gender equality, about creating space for safe disagreement and challenge within the topic of sex and gender, where we are going with the gender pay gap and more.

 

University of Kent’s 2022 Learning and Teaching Conference

20 June 2022

University of Kent

We invite proposals for workshops, discussion papers, mini-presentations and posters from University of Kent staff involved in teaching or supporting students’ learning (including GTAs, HPLs and professional services staff) that address the conference theme.  We particularly encourage collaborative presentations with students.  Sessions should involve reflection, exploration, scholarship and evaluation as well as describing activities undertaken.

 

Promoting Sustainability through Future-Facing University Teaching (the Higher Education Futures institute HEFi)

20-21 June 2022

University of Birmingham

Open to University of Birmingham staff and colleagues from the sector, the first day of the conference will begin with a keynote from Professor David Boud, world-leading scholar in the field of higher education, and will be followed by presentations and discussion on the theme of sustainability education. At the end of the day our new graduate attributes will be launched. The second day of the Conference will be open to University of Birmingham staff only and will be practical in focus, making sense of the learning from Day 1 and applying it in context through a series of hands-on workshops.

 

STEM Horizons22: Horizons in STEM Higher Education 2022 Conference (Horizons in STEM)

29-30 June 2022

University College London (hybrid)

To support the conference aims of Making Connections, Innovating and Sharing Pedagogy, the conference committee welcomes theme-based submissions in any STEM subject area. The intention is to provide opportunities where teaching innovation and pedagogy might be shared with all STEM colleagues, or where more subject specific discussions might ensue, these will be of interest to a range of STEM disciplines. In each case, the conference is all about making connections and we would particularly encourage abstracts from early career colleagues.  We also welcome international contributions that explore any of these themes.

 

July 2022

 

Teaching and Learning Conference 2022: Teaching in the Spotlight: Where Next for Enhancing Student Success? (Advance HE)

5-7 July 2022

Northumbria University

The focus on enhancing all aspects of teaching and learning remains a critical issue for those seeking to provide an outstanding student experience at all levels of taught provision. Advance HE’s Teaching and Learning Conference 2022 will continue to position the spotlight firmly on teaching in a global context.

 

5th International Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education (ICTLE)

8-10 July 2022

Hotel Uto Kulm, Zurich, Switzerland

There are many reasons to join, but here are just a few. The agenda is designed by a diverse group of expert committee members. It addresses the most significant questions in the areas of early childhood education, public education policy, machine learning, theory and practice of physical education development, and more. Our prestigious panel of speakers will guide the discussion for maximum engagement, offering you a unique opportunity to learn from your peers from all around the world. Finally, it is your chance to share your knowledge with thousands of members of our network, be it through paper publications, poster presentations, or networking sessions. The conference is seeking submissions related to the following conference topics: Education Theory and Practice, Education Policy and Administration, e-Learning, Teaching, English Language Teaching, Foreign Language Teaching, Child and Family Education, and Learning. Other related topics will also be considered.

 

5th International Active Learning Conference – Moving forward with confidence (Active Learning Network)

20 July 2022

Coventry University and University of Glasgow (Virtual)

This year the conference will take place fully online on Wednesday 20th of July 2022, as this will allow us to welcome people from all over the world. The conference will be hosted collaboratively by Coventry University and the University of Glasgow. For subthemes, see above link.

 

6th International Conference on Advanced Research in Education, Teaching and Learning (ARETL 2022)

29-31 July 2022

Dublin, Ireland (hybrid)

Paper submission deadline: 15 July 2022

With such rapid technological advances and a diverse range of challenges on local, national, and international levels, this international conference on education provides members of academia with a unique platform to identify the most pressing needs in the field and brainstorm creative solutions. ARETL is one of the most respected education conferences in the academic world. As such, it is the perfect chance to present your research and get published in indexed journals. Move your career forward, while also connecting with peers from around the world and engaging in cross-border learning.

 

September 2022

 

RAISE 2022 (Advance HE)

7-8 September 2022

University of Lincoln

Call for Contributions – due 20 April 2022

The 2022 conference celebrates 12 years of Student as Producer. The Student as Producer project, led by Professor Mike Neary and the University of Lincoln, transformed the traditional values of teaching and learning, introducing new ways of working between the University and students.

 

October 2022

 

5th International Academic Conference on Teaching, Learning and Education (TLECONF)

21-23 October 2022

Athens, Greece

Paper submission deadline: 7 October 2022 

New trends and modern approaches to education, emerging technologies, pedagogical methods and innovations, education-industry cooperation, inclusive learning and special education, education and international cooperation are just a few topics to be discussed at the international education conferences 2022.

 

November 2022

 

Transformative Teaching Conference (Amps: Architecture Media Politics Society)

15-17 November 2022

Virtual

Call for Abstracts – due 30 June 2022

The academy brings in students from general education. It prepares them for a world of work and practice. In the process, it seeks to ‘transform’ them – opening students to the myriad of possibilities education is expected to bring. Considered within this context, there a multitude of issues we need to consider. How we support entry level students? How we foster the critical self-reflection needed for lifelong learning? In a technologically fluid world, how do we keep up with changing media and practice? How do we support the engagement and understanding of our students with the social issues and players they will engage with once they leave? In short, how are we contributing to the transformative experience of education?
This conference seeks to foster a multifaceted consideration of what we do within the academy; how we teach; how students learn; and how we engage beyond its walls.

 

January 2023

 

21st Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education

3-6 January 2023

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, Honolulu, Hawaii

Submissions/proposals due 5 August 2022

The main goal of the 2023 Hawaii International Conference on Education is to provide an opportunity for academicians and professionals from various education related fields from all over the world to come together and learn from each other. An additional goal of the conference is to provide a place for academicians and professionals with cross-disciplinary interests related to education to meet and interact with members inside and outside their own particular disciplines.