Dr Hoda Mostafa

Director, Center for Learning and Teaching American University in Cairo

With a background in medical sciences, Dr Mostafa joined AUC in 2007 and focuses on educational development, digital education, learner experience and the integration of thinking skills in the classroom and beyond. She develops professional development workshops for faculty and teaching assistants, and works closely with faculty on course design and formative assessment of teaching and learning. She has also taught extensively in the core curriculum at AUC, directing a scientific thinking course as well as a creative thinking course initiative for freshman students. She is an active design thinking facilitator and coach, co-leading design thinking activities at AUC.

 


Full Agenda. Sessions

Future-proofing Higher Education in Middle East & Africa: Building a culture of disruptive education

This year has highlighted several key considerations and measures Higher Education institutions must address in order to thrive in the face of disruption.
In this session we will discuss how you can future proof your institution, considering the following areas of development:

  • Accounting for both the context-specific and regional challenges that are currently limiting the sustainability of Higher Education
  • Understanding the importance of experiential learning and micro credentials
  • Exploring how we measure success in education and what steps we can take towards new forms of assessment
  • Planning for education policies which support change
  • Understanding new forms of personalised learning and considering neurodiversity

Wednesday 09 December 15:20 - 16:00 Room 1

Add to calendar 12/09/2020 15:20 12/09/2020 16:00 Future-proofing Higher Education in Middle East & Africa: Building a culture of disruptive education This year has highlighted several key considerations and measures Higher Education institutions must address in order to thrive in the face of disruption.
In this session we will discuss how you can future proof your institution, considering the following areas of development:
  • Accounting for both the context-specific and regional challenges that are currently limiting the sustainability of Higher Education
  • Understanding the importance of experiential learning and micro credentials
  • Exploring how we measure success in education and what steps we can take towards new forms of assessment
  • Planning for education policies which support change
  • Understanding new forms of personalised learning and considering neurodiversity
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