Using disruption to foster creativity

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    Abstract

    This presentation showcases 3 examples of how, in response to the disruption of COVID, institutions can, through innovation and creativity, transform the landscape of teaching and learning. Examples from Leeds Trinity University include creating a live production community in a hyflex environment, transcending international borders in online learning and building a sense of belonging in a virtual world. The creative approaches embedded across different curriculums are underpinned by the principles of student partnership, experience and community. The presentation concludes by outlining how lessons learned in a period of crisis, are transforming the pedagogical landscape of Leeds Trinity.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusUnpublished - 8 Jun 2021
    EventCurriculum Symposium: Advance HE -
    Duration: 8 Jun 20218 Jun 2021

    Conference

    ConferenceCurriculum Symposium: Advance HE
    Period8/06/218/06/21

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