Programme Lärardagen 2015
The objective of internationalisation is to strengthen the quality and diversity of education and thereby increase the national and international competitiveness of Karolinska Institutet. Lärardagen 2015 will take place on Wednesday, September 30th.
|9:00- 9:10||Welcome & Introduction||Associate Prof. Annika Östman Wernerson, Dean of Higher Education at KI and Dr. Marie Klingberg-Allvin, Associate Professor & Pro-Vice Chancellor of Dalarna University & Researcher at KI, Moderator|
|9:10- 9:25|| |
Internationalisation at KI &
Action Plan for Internationalisation of Higher Education 2014-2017
Professor Maria Masucci, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for International Affairs
|9:25- 10:25||Why Does Teaching Staff at KI Need Basic Knowledge in Global health?|
|10:30- 10:45||COFFEE BREAK||COFFEE BREAK|
|10:45- 12:00|| |
In Practice: Good Examples of Internationalisation from Colleagues at KI. Panel and Discussion
|Moderated by Dr. Jennifer Valcke (for more information, see detailed programme)|
|13:00- 14:30|| |
What Do We Actually Mean When We Say “The International Classroom”?
|Professor Karen M. Lauridsen with theatre group Energy Drama|
|14:30- 14:50||COFFEE BREAK||COFFEE BREAK|
|14:50- 15:30||Teaching in a Changing World - Moving Forward at KI (Presenting Activity Plans for Goals 1 and 2)||Professor Anna Mia Ekström and Dr. Jennifer Valcke|
|15:30- 16:00||Conclusion||Associate Prof. Annika Östman Wernerson, Dean of Higher Education and Professor Gunnar Nilsson, Pro-Dean of Higher Education|
The day will be held in English, but we welcome questions and comments in Swedish!
Date: Wednesday September 30
Venue: Andreas Vesalius (Bertil), Berzelius väg 3 (BZ), Campus Solna
Action Plan for Internationalisation
Internationalisation is the theme for the Lärardag 2015 and will focus on the implementation of goals 1 and 2 of KI:s Action Plan for Internationalisation of First and Second Cycle Education.
Goal 1: Matters relating to global health are to be integrated into the compulsory components of all study programmes at Karolinska Institutet
Goal 2: All study programmes are to offer at least one compulsory course delivered in English carrying 7.5 credit points or more by 2017. All students are thus to take at least one course that is delivered in English during their academic studies at Karolinska Institutet
The definitions below are taken from KI:s Action Plan for Internationalisation of First and Second Cycle Education.
- Internationalisation: “…the process of integrating an international, intercultural or global dimension into the purpose, functions or delivery of higher education”. (Knight 2009, 7 )
- Global Health:“The area of study, research and practice that places a priority on improving health and achieving equity in health for all people worldwide …it emphasises transnational health issues, determinants, and solutions; involves many disciplines within and beyond the health sciences and promotes interdisciplinary collaboration; and is a synthesis of population-based prevention with individual-level clinical care”. (3 Koplan JP, Bond TC, Merson MH, Reddy KS, Rodriguez MH, Sewankambo NK, et al. Towards a common definition of global health. Lancet. 2009;373:1993–5)
Meet Dr. Jennifer Valcke
How do you teach to large groups? What role does language play? Dr. Jennifer Valcke, an education developer and a speaker at Lärardagen 2015, talks about her work supporting university teaching staff when teaching to large groups.
An Introduction to Global Health MOOC
In Q1 2016 KI will offer the MOOC An Introduction to Global Health through the educational platform edX. Among the instructors: Hans Rosling, Anna Mia Ekströn and Helena Nordenstedt who will all be speaking at Lärardagen 2015.