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2017 Highlights


Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference 2017

This year the Division for Learning and Teaching Enhancement hosted the 10th annual Scholarship of Teaching and Learning conference at the Lord Charles Hotel in Somerset West. Approximately 250 SU colleagues attended, representing all 10 faculties as well as various Centres and Divisions, the Library and special guests. 

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The conference programme took a particular focus on the history and development of the scholarship of teaching and learning at SU over the past decade, as well as taking a forward look to the next ten years. 

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Programme renewal at Stellenbosch University
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The Vice-Rector (Learning and Teaching), Prof Arnold Schoonwinkel,  identified holistic programme renewal as one of his Responsibility Centre’s (RC’s) key strategic priorities for 2017. The programme renewal process is a holistic institutional project, with the first year focusing on the identification of one candidate programme for renewal per faculty as well as drawing up a programme renewal roadmap within faculties with different levels of renewal per programme. As catalyst, Prof Gilly Salmon (Pro Vice-Chancellor: Education Innovation, University of Western Australia) hosted a workshop at Devonvale, Stellenbosch from 16-18 May 2017 focusing on the programme as well as module design aspects.  Representatives from all ten faculties attended the workshop. 

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