UK and Ireland Engineering Education Research Network Annual Symposium

The UK & Ireland EERN is pleased to announce that their Annual Symposium is back ‘live and in person’ following their virtual events of recent times.
This year’s Symposium will be hosted by WMG, University of Warwick. Building on the success of their previous events, colleagues are invited to submit abstracts for presentation at: The Student Experience: From Evolution to Revolution? The contribution of pedagogical research in enhancing engineering education. Click here to find out more about the Call for Papers and how to submit your abstract. This is NOT an EPC-run event. Please click the 'Register' button below to be redirected to an external website to register.
With a growing membership of Engineering Education Researchers and Educators, this year’s event promises to be better than ever. Please read on to learn more about the conference themes:

Looking to the future

  • The evolution of evidence-based learning and teaching practice
  • Pre-University STEM Education & Outreach
  • Can engineering education research spark a revolution in how we teach?

Globalisation, Inclusion and Diversity 

  • Inclusion & Diversity in Engineering Education
  • How can learning and teaching in engineering be more sustainable
  • How can we address the attainment gap

Design for Learning

  • Innovative design in engineering education
  • Rethinking learning design

Working with Industry 

  • Work-Based and Active Learning
  • Engineering Apprenticeships: A unique approach or recycled policy?
  • What do employers want?

Engineering Education Research in Action

  • How can we grow the EER community – Reflective or reflexive? The application of EER to education.
  • PhD’s in engineering education research
  • Work in progress

Assessment for Learning in Engineering

  • Innovative assessment practice
  • Research into assessment and feedback

Fit for Teaching?

  • The role of teacher training in engineering education
  • The UKSPF – how can we encourage more engineers to gain fellowship

Practice for Purpose

  • Other areas of EER & Evidence-Based Practice in Teaching Engineering
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