ICEP 2021 Programme

Student Engagement: Sustaining Inclusive Practice

Tuesday 14th December, 2021

Time
12.00 Conference Opening and Formal Welcome by Dr. Mary Fitzpatrick and Karen Buckley – Co-Chairs of ICEP 2021
12.10 Keynote Address – Professor Alison Cook-Sather – “Deepening Student Engagement: The Potential of Pedagogical Partnership.”
12.50 Discussion
13.00 – 14.00 Parallel Session 1 Research Parallel Session 2 Practice
13.00 Engaging students in Learning Design: Experience, insight and co-development. Linzi Ryan, Lisa O’Regan and Iain Macdonald – Maynooth University. How Learning from Home Research Highlights the Need for Flexibility and Choice. Richard Healy and Dara Ryder – AHEAD: Association for Higher Education Access and Disability.
13.15 Students as Partners in Digital Teaching and Learning: A Case Study of EDTL Student Associate Interns. Fernandos Ongolly and Sharon Flynn – Irish University Association. Transformative Learning in a Virtual Learning Environment. Carol Moran and Andrea Moloney – Institute of Technology Sligo and Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology.
13.30 Learner-content interaction and student performance in undergraduate Economics classes: The case for adaptive learning. Olubunmi Ipinnaiye and Angelica Risque – University of Limerick. “Will you come to BALI with us?”: Building Assessment Literacy Initiative (BALI) – developing Assessment and Feedback resources through student-staff partnerships. William Carey and Cliona Hatano – Munster Technological University.
13.45 – 14.00 Q&A
14.00 – 14.30 Student Panel – “Student Partnership – The Student Perspective.”
Panel Members:

  • Niamh Kennedy – University of Limerick.
  • Sousane Isaad – Maynooth University.
  • Niall Henry – Dublin City University.
  • Rhiannon Louise Kavanagh – National Forum.
14.30-15.00 Coffee Break & Spot Prize
15.00 – 16.00 Parallel Session 1.2 Parallel Session 2.2
15.00 ‘Local is universal’: Students as researchers in their own neighbourhoods. Almar Ennis, Edel Gallagher and Aleksandra Shornikova – Dublin City University. Faculty development to foster interprofessional education: a needs analysis. Anne Griffin, Róisín Cahalan and Mary Fitzpatrick – University of Limerick.
15.15 “I just Google the term, and find a good sentence to copy” Supporting New Students in their Engagement with Literature. Roisin Lyons- University of Limerick. A Successful Co-creation approach with Students as Partners in Learning and Assessment. Monica Ward – Dublin City University.
15.30 Building Staff Capacity in Student Partnership: Developing a National Approach to Professional Development. Ruth Ní Bheoláin and Oisín Hassan – Hibernia College. Development of teacher functionality through Mindful Reflection of Teaching Moments. Leo Casey and Meera Oke National College of Ireland.
15.45 Q&A
16.00 – 16.30 Closing Conference – Co – Chairs Reflecting on the Key Insights