‘Evolving molecular bioscience education‘ is back for its fifth event in the series. This two-day event is aimed at anyone teaching or supporting learning in higher education in the molecular biosciences, from early career researchers to established professors. The event will comprise group discussions, talks from invited speakers, and flash talks and posters from delegates. The event will focus heavily on communities of practice in bioscience education.
- Practical solutions for improving inclusivity and accessibility of bioscience education
- Evaluating, understanding, and promoting student engagement
- Novel approaches to student assessment
- Thriving, not just surviving: communities of practice for the development of teaching, considering both staff and students
‘Evolving molecular bioscience education’ will be associated with a preceding training event on educational research in the biosciences, 23 – 24 May 2023, Manchester, UK (more info here). This training event aims to provide a framework for designing, evaluating and publishing new research projects in education. It is aimed at education-focused academics in the biosciences, and postgraduate and early-career researchers considering a move into an education-focused role.
Organizers: A joint event organized by FEBS and the Biochemical Society, in association with the IUBMB