Effective teaching methods to help deliver new outcomes

Author: Oliver Broadbent, Emma Crichton and Hanif Kara

Date published

12 November 2020

Price
Free

Effective teaching methods to help deliver new outcomes

Training
Author

Oliver Broadbent, Emma Crichton and Hanif Kara

Date published

12 November 2020

Author

Oliver Broadbent, Emma Crichton and Hanif Kara

Price

Free

Annual Academics Conference 2020 highlights: a curriculum for the climate emergency, embedding global responsibility and from practice to teaching and learning.

This session from the 2020 Annual Academics Conference focuses on effective teaching methods:
  • A curriculum for the climate emergency. Delivered by Oliver Broadbent, Founder and Director of Constructivist
  • Embedding global responsibility into how engineering is taught and practiced. Delivered by Emma Crichton, Head of Engineering at Engineers Without Borders UK
  • From practice to teaching and learning. Delivered by Hanif Kara, Professor at Harvard Graduate School of Design and Design Director at AKT II
Learning outcomes:
  • The questions we should be asking after declaring a climate emergency
  • How tools alone cannot improve outcomes
  • How to build a bridge between academia and practice

Effective teaching methods to help deliver new outcomes

Speakers


Oliver Broadbent specialises in helping engineers develop their creativity. He is a Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor at Imperial College and hosts Eiffel Over, a podcast about engineering, creativity and practical philosophy.

Emma Crichton is Head of Engineering at Engineers Without Borders UK, focusing on developing and promoting globally responsible engineering.

Hanif Kara is a practicing Structural Engineer and Professor in Practice of Architectural Technology at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard. He is recognized for linking design, research, education and practice. As Design Director and co-founder of AKT II his particular ‘design-led’ approach and interesting innovative form, pushing material uses, sustainable construction and complex analysis methods have allowed him to work on numerous pioneering projects at the forefront of many challenges facing the built environment.

 

Additional information

Format:
Video
Video Length:
00:45:23
Publisher:
IStructE

Tags

Training Free Available online Education Climate change Video Academic Community IStructE London HQ Education Committee

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