• 21 March, 2019
  • 8.30am - 10.15am
  • House of Commons, London SW1A 0AA

At a time when academics specialising in education are paying an unprecedented amount of attention to ‘what works’ in the teaching of school children, there is – arguably – less attention paid to the question of how best to teach university undergraduates. This is especially topical given the way the Teaching Excellence and Outcome Framework continues to evolve. In the new regulatory landscape for HE, with the student interest the key focus and driver for change in the sector, does there exist an opportunity to learn more from the world of schools about how to ensure teaching gets the focus it deserves?


Sir Anthony Seldon, Vice-Chancellor, University of Buckingham

Dr Ben Styles, Research Director and Head of Education Trials Unit, National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER)

Professor Helen O’Sullivan, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Education), Keele University

Invite-only. For further information, please contact Sarah Isles, HEPI Development Director, s.isles@hepi.ac.uk