Teaching & Learning in Higher Education: Conferences & Projects
CTL members participated in various research conferences during the year.
Heltasa 2019 Conference in November in Makhanda, Dr Karin Cattel-Holden (photo above) leads the panel discussion on Teaching Excellence Awards.
Her research presentation was titled: An ‘excellence turn’? Rethinking teaching excellence awards for the public good.
CTL Advisor Jean Farmer in discussion with Heltasa members at the
Heltasa conference (photos above).
Jean presented a research paper on research writing retreats as “third spaces". Such spaces allow conversations which open up ways to potentially enhance participants’ learning experiences and contribute to the transformation of the institution.
Dr Melanie Skead, CTL Director (photo above) during her and co-author Joni van Heerden's research presentation titled: "Sitting with discomfort”: Who are we as academic developers in a time of crisis? at the Heltasa 2019 conference.
Dr Gert Young (photo above) presenting his research on "The intergroup nature of educational professional development practices" at
Photo above: Stellenbosch team at the Third International Legitimation
Code Theory Conference (LCT3) in July 2019 at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.
From left to right: Dr Margaret Blackie, Prof Ingrid Rewitzky, Dr Karin Wolff (Engineering), Prof Cecilia Jacobs (CHSE), Dr Robert Pott (Engineering), Dr Hanelie Adendorff, Dr Marnel Mouton, Dr Christine Steenkamp, Dr Ilse Rootman-Le Grange, Dr JP Bosman (CLT).
Photo above: CTL Advisor Dr Hanelie Adendorff participating in the Decolonization panel at
LCT 3 in July 2019.
From left to right: Paul Maluleka, Mlamuli Hlatshwayo, Hanelie Adendorff, Aslam Fataar.
Photo above: CTL Advisor Dr Anthea Jacobs at
EDULEARN19, the 11th annual International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies, held in Palma de Mallorca (Spain) in July, 2019.