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Student mental wellbeing: Creating inclusive curricula

Date: January 23 - 2020
Location: Glasgow
Venue: Glasgow Caledonian University

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This professional development event will help you create inclusive curricula and learning environments to promote student mental wellbeing.

This event is part of the collaborative cluster project on student mental wellbeing. The project aims to build the capacity of academic staff to design curricula and create teaching and learning environments that are inclusive and promote student mental wellbeing.

This event will explore a number of key questions:
  • What is the impact of the curriculum on student mental wellbeing?
  • How can academic staff and students partner to create more inclusive curricula?
  • What training needs do academic staff and students have in relation to this topic area?
  • What key resources would help academic staff and students in promoting student mental wellbeing?
  • Is there an appetite across the sector for a Special Interest Group that would continue after the end of this Collaborative Cluster project? If so, what would be its scope and remit?  

The event will include keynote lecture, presentations and panel session, an interactive workshop, and world-cafe activity. Participants’ views and opinions will be sought and collated throughout the day. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Who should attend?

The event will be of interest to the following:

  • Academic Staff
  • Programme Leaders
  • Students, Student Representatives and Students’ Association Staff 
  • Student Wellbeing and Professional Services Staff
  • Heads of Quality
  • Academic Developers
  • Representatives from Quality Assurance Agencies.

Please feel free to circulate information about this event through your networks.

Please note: This event is being organised by the collaborative cluster project team. Registration is via Eventbrite