Towards a New Generation of Engaged Universities:
The Need to Act, Adapt and Transform

16th – 18thApril, 2024 | Kempinski Central Avenue (Formerly the Address Dubai Mall), Dubai, UAE

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Institutional Case Studies’ Presentation- Parallel Tracks
17th April 2024

Track 2

Adaptive Teaching and Learning

Room: Diamond Ballroom 2

Chaired by: Dr. Julie Furst-Bowe, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Arkansas Tech University, USA

14:30-14:40

Welcoming by Chair

14:40-14:55

Transforming Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Establishing a Network of Quality, Teaching and Learning at the Aga Khan University, Ms. Sahreen Chauhan, Manager, Quality, Teaching and Learning, The Aga Khan University, Pakistan

14:55-15:00

Questions & Answers

15:00–15:15

Operationalizing Programmatic Assessment at Dubai Medical College for Girls, Prof. Samar Ahmed, Associate Dean Academic Affairs, Dubai Medical College for Girls (DMCG), UAE

15:15-15:20

Questions & Answers

15:20- 15:35

Adaptive Teaching Framework in Active Learning Context - Esprit Case Study, Dr. Lamjed Bettaieb, Deputy Director General, ESPRIT School of Engineering, Tunisia

15:35- 15:40

Questions & Answers

15:40-15:55

Increasing Student Engagement with Entrepreneurship Education through Innovative Use of Experiential Learning Pedagogy – Experience at a Canadian University, Dr. M. Nauman Farooqi, President and Vice Chancellor, St. Thomas University, Canada

15:55-16:00

Questions & Answers

16:00-16:15

Coffee Break

14:30-14:40

Creating an Agile and Flexible Curriculum for Learners in Higher Education, Dr. Connie Mitchell, Director for Teaching & Learning, Prince Sultan University, KSA

14:30-14:40

Questions & Answers

14:30-14:40

From Flipped Classroom to Gamification: Arab League Crisis Management Simulation, Dr. Kleanthis Kyriakidis, American University in the Emirates, AUE, UAE

14:30-14:40

Questions & Answers

14:30-14:40

Session Closure by Chair