On 15 June, Mantas Pupinis, co-author of NESET’s Analytical report ‘Mapping and analysis of student-centred learning and teaching practices: usable knowledge to support more inclusive, high-quality higher education’ participated in the EU-CONEXUS International Staff Training Week ‘Developing Innovative Study Programmes and Courses’, organised by the Valencia Catholic University Saint Vincent Martyr (Universidad Católica de Valencia San Vicente Mártir). EU-CONEXUS is one of the first 17 European University Alliances.
Mantas Pupinis delivered a session ‘How to Develop a Teaching and Learning Ecosystem That Is Truly Student-Centred?’. We invite you to watch the session on Youtube to learn more about student-centred learning and teaching, as well as the key points from the Analytical report.
The EU-CONEXUS Training Week was aimed at teaching staff and those involved in management of study programmes. It focused on new teaching methodologies and development of innovative and interdisciplinary programmes and courses, adapted to the current trends, such as student-centred learning and teaching. The entire event was attended by more than 130 staff from the EU-CONEXUS member universities.