Positive Student Engagement during the New Normal
5th CIP Ciennial Online Workshop
Monday 26th April 2021
In the 5th Centre for Innovation in Pedagogy (CIP) biennial workshop, we will be releasing the results from our research project, on the subject of student engagement in the run-up to and duration of the most recent COVID-19 crisis.
We welcome four new first year students as Student Innovation Officers to the Centre!
- Mr Vaibhav Ashin Kumar
- Miss Hongyu Liu
- Mr Srijan Vasireddy
- Miss Eseose Okotako
These new recruits will join our current and hard working students, Mr Karol Tolpa (Student Innovation Lead) and Miss Xiaolan Li.
The Centre has been busy with our most recent project which looks at student engagement in higher education. Our next workshop is planned to take place shortly after the Easter Break.
The Centre for Innovation in Pedagogy (CIP) is a community of academics, learning technologists and students interested in the areas of pedagogy and teaching innovation in the School of Social Sciences at The University of Manchester.
The Centre holds regular meetings to discuss developments in pedagogy and good practice. Ultimately, the Centre aims to impact on the teaching at Manchester by trailblazing new ideas and supporting development in teaching.
Read more about the Centre does and who some of the people behind this in our spotlight article with Student & Teaching Engagement through Partnerships.
If you are interested in find out more, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partnering with students in innovation
We believe that collaborating with our students is essential to enhance the learning environment and their experience at Manchester. Our partnership makes our innovations more effective and richer.
Collaboration with learning technologists
An important part of our work will involve direct collaboration with Learning Technologists, who provide expertise, ideas and support in our pedagogical research.
A centre for research in pedagogy
By its nature, the Centre is a catalyst for pedagogical research.
We aim to support an environment rich for pedagogical research bringing together academics across the School of Social Sciences. Our research and events will support the dissemination of our work with the aim of making an impact on teaching at Manchester and the wider HE teaching community.