I contributed a case study to ‘Designing Interdisciplinary Education: A Practical Handbook for University Teachers (Perspectives on Interdisciplinarity)’ titled ‘The Teacher as Co-Learner’. Continue Reading
We are very pleased that Global Challenges Field Leader and Principal Teaching Fellow, Dr Elizabeth Hauke has been awarded the 2017 President’s Medal for Excellence in Teaching.
We recently provided curriculum consultancy for the BSc Global Health, meeting with Dr Mariam Sbaiti, Senior Teaching Fellow and course co-ordinator. We reviewed the core curriculum, the logistics of teaching and learning on the BSc, methods of delivery and the teaching provision. In particular we discussed the difficulties of introducing active learning into a heavily content-based course with established lecturers.
Elizabeth Hauke was awarded the Best Dissertation Prize for her research dissertation submitted for the MEd in University Learning and Teaching.
Elizabeth Hauke led a workshop session at this year’s Imperial College Education Day, held on 16th March. The theme was transformative learning and the workshop was titled ‘Holding Your Nerve: Strategies for Implementing Transformative Experiences in Higher Education’. Continue Reading
Hauke, E. (2016) Using and Abusing TBL to Sow the Seeds of Interdisciplinarity. Interdisciplinary Learning and Teaching: Frameworks and Practice. University of Sheffield. Sheffield, UK.
We were excited to see ourselves featured in the 2015 annual report for Engineers Without Borders.
I was invited to give a presentation titled ‘Seeking the Authentic: Grounding Our Approach to the Complex, Wild and Unfamiliar’ at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies at the University of Amsterdam by Linda de Greef and Lucy Wenting.
After winning the GDEE European Award for Best Practice in the Integration of Sustainable Human Development into Engineering and Technical Education, I was invited to contribute a book chapter support a series of online courses to help engineering educators consider the global dimension in higher education. Continue Reading