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Participants
Name
Abigail Walter
Birgitta Rämert

Organization
Department of Plant Protection Bilogy, SLU
Department of Pl...
Innovative doctoral education
for global food security –
Joint development of internationalization and transferable skills
Long-term aims
1) to support the professional and
institutional development of tertiary
agricultural education, with focus...
Structure
Part 1: Joint development of transferable skill courses for doctoral students and
workshops for senior staff tog...
Part 1: Transferable skill
courses
On being a scientist – Global and
local perspectives

Develop insight in
- what is scie...
Part 1: Workshops relating to the
transferable skill courses
• Pedagogics
• Teaching and learning
• Supervision
• Efficien...
Added value
• the first step in a step wise harmonization of academic traditions, guidelines,
routines for doctoral educat...
Part 2: Thematic subject
courses
Thematic subject courses that are integrated in ongoing collaborations between
SLU resear...
Course leader SLU Partner

Course name

Rolf Johansson; University of Nairobi

Global challenges to food security: interdi...
Part 3: Teacher exchange for
• training to use modern techniques and research methods, as well as train to
instruct studen...
Time plan
• Autumn/winter 2013: Planning and developing courses and
workshops
• 2014: courses and workshops
• The project ...
To be discussed during the
workshop
Reflections on
• how to do courses for doctoral students,

• the role as teacher and p...
To be discussed during the
workshop cont.
Additional value – harmonizing the doctoral education
• Joint development
•

Cou...
Common for all courses – both thematic
subject courses and the transferable skill
courses

Core competencies
-

Communicat...
How to become good at skills and
abilities based on practice ?
• Train with the help of role models and examples
• Use you...
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  • Deinramadekursernaärtematiskaämneskursermedan de andraär transferable skill courses
  • Together with African partner organizations working with food security research and educationDevelop common pedagogical models for course developmentConducting courses and workshops developed according to the modelsSLU and some partner universities have together developed joint innovative doctoral education of high international standard consisting ofTraining of transferable skillsThematic subject coursestillsammans med afrikanskapartnerorganisationerutvecklarkapacitetenförinternationaliseringochträningavgenerellafärdigheteriforskarutbildningenIntegrate transferable skills trainingUnderscore interdisciplinary thinkingActively insert doctoral students in the global research communityAbility to challenge disciplinary bordersIntercultural and personal skills, research, transferable, innovation, leadership skills
  • Collaborations and capacity development requires a common understanding of fundamental principles for doctoral education and universities as organizations.Workshops form good platforms for discussing common practice and understanding the process of change.Teaching personnel, researcher, supervisors, academic leaders will be offered to take part in workshops conducted in connection to the doctoral courses in transferable skills.
  • Gällerjuävensamarbetena med andrauniversitet via de tematiskaämneskurserna
  • Examples of themes are the five themes within SLU Global: Efficiency in farming system, Land use and climate change, Restoration of degraded landscapes, Scale issues in relation to food security and poverty alleviation Pedagogic consultants from the SLU Centre for educational development (UPC) will support during the exchange period in order to prepare the teacher for educating and training colleagues at their home organizations.and urban and peri-urban farming.
  • The applicant shallbe a scholar engaged both in teaching and research at an organization cooperating with a SLU Global themehave an area of research relevant for global food securityHave good opportunities to influence institutional capacity development
  • PioneersDocumentationLooking for best practice
  • Finding best practice
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    1. 1. Participants Name Abigail Walter Birgitta Rämert Organization Department of Plant Protection Bilogy, SLU Department of Plant Protection Bilogy, SLU Department of Plant Biology and Forest Genetics, SLU Department of Plant Biology and Forest Genetics, SLU Department of Forest Ecology and Management, SLU Department of Urban and Rural Development, SLU Course Integrated pest management and food security in the tropics Integrated pest management and food security in the tropics Plant-microbe interactions - texploring microbes to improve crop productivity Plant-microbe interactions - texploring microbes to improve crop productivity Urbanization, livelihoods and food security To be a scientist Global and local perspectives To be a scientist Global and local perspectives Christopher Mugimu Department of Plant Breeding, SLU Department of Crop Production Ecology, SLU School of Graduate Studies, Makerere University College of Education and External Studies, Makerere University College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Makerere University Pedagogics for teaching and learning - Global and local perspectives Elly Sabiiti College of Education and External Studies, Makerere University Pedagogics for teaching and learning - Global and local perspectives Joseph Oonyu Natalie Jellinik Centre of Educational Development, SLU Charlotte Håkansson University library, SLU Britt Marie Bergquist University library, SLU Urban Ericsson University library, SLU Camilla Söderquist University library, SLU Nicolette Karst University library, SLU Linda Åström Wennbom University library, SLU Pedagogics for teaching and learning - Global and local perspectives Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Johan Meijer Sarosh Bejai Gert Nyberg Linley Chiwona Karltun Rodomiro Octavio Ortiz Rios Per Sandin George Nasinyama Restoration of degraded semi-arid landscapes Urbanization, livelihoods and food security To be a scientist Global and local perspectives
    2. 2. Innovative doctoral education for global food security – Joint development of internationalization and transferable skills
    3. 3. Long-term aims 1) to support the professional and institutional development of tertiary agricultural education, with focus on doctoral education, at universities/research organizations in Africa; and 2) to strengthen the process of internationalization of doctoral education at SLU.
    4. 4. Structure Part 1: Joint development of transferable skill courses for doctoral students and workshops for senior staff together with Makerere university. Part 2: Thematic subject courses connected to current research cooperation between SLU and African universities/research organizations. Part 3: Teachers exchanges with universities/organizations connected to the SLU Global themes
    5. 5. Part 1: Transferable skill courses On being a scientist – Global and local perspectives Develop insight in - what is scientific knowledge - how to make ethical judgments Information retrieval and scientific communication – Global and local perspectives Develop knowledge of - factors affecting search information - search processes - scientific communication - source criticism - critical evaluation of publications Pedagogics for teaching and learning - Global and local perspectives Develop ability to - reflect on the role as teacher - design diverse on campus and online learning activities - plan and design higher education courses
    6. 6. Part 1: Workshops relating to the transferable skill courses • Pedagogics • Teaching and learning • Supervision • Efficient global scientific communication - Networks and platforms for exchange of information - Open Access and other methods • What is science
    7. 7. Added value • the first step in a step wise harmonization of academic traditions, guidelines, routines for doctoral education at Makerere University and SLU in order to promote future educational cooperation.
    8. 8. Part 2: Thematic subject courses Thematic subject courses that are integrated in ongoing collaborations between SLU research schools, capacity building programs or major research programs. Pedagogic consultants from the SLU Centre for educational development (UPC) will support during the course development.
    9. 9. Course leader SLU Partner Course name Rolf Johansson; University of Nairobi Global challenges to food security: interdisciplinary exporation of theory and methods in conservation, development and communication 6 Abigail Walter Addis Ababa University Integrated Pest Management and Food Security in the Tropics 7 RUFORUM Plant-microbe interactions - exploring microbes to improve crop productivity 3 Johan Meijer Credits Ewa Wredle; Gert Jomo Kenyatta University; World Nyberg agroforestry centre ; ILRI Restoration of degraded semi-arid landscapes-Livelihoods, Livestock and Land use 10 Lynley ChiwonaKarltun; Botswana university; ANAFE; Rodomiro Ortiz Lunds university; IFPRI Urbanization, livelihoods & food security 10 Erik Karltun Wondo Genet College of Forestry and Natural Resources, Ethiopia Climate change, Agriculture, Forestry and Ecosystem Resilience 7,5
    10. 10. Part 3: Teacher exchange for • training to use modern techniques and research methods, as well as train to instruct students and colleagues in the same skills. or • setting up techniques, methods, equipment, quality assurance routines and/or teach the new users. or • acting as mentor for supervisors; advise on good supervision practice and routines and structures supporting supervisors
    11. 11. Time plan • Autumn/winter 2013: Planning and developing courses and workshops • 2014: courses and workshops • The project ends at 31 December 2014 thus all activities must be planned, scheduled and with a budget accepted by the project steering committee at the latest December 2014. • All activities must start before 31 December 2014.
    12. 12. To be discussed during the workshop Reflections on • how to do courses for doctoral students, • the role as teacher and pedagogical skills • how to integrate international, intercultural and comparative perspectives in the courses Web support
    13. 13. To be discussed during the workshop cont. Additional value – harmonizing the doctoral education • Joint development • Course syllabus approved by both universities • Joint performance • • Practical how to do -routines Duties towards the participants • Joint assessment • • Evaluation by the participants Self assessment
    14. 14. Common for all courses – both thematic subject courses and the transferable skill courses Core competencies - Communication What is science Ethical judgements Integrating international, intercultural & comparative perspectives Global food security Doctoral education
    15. 15. How to become good at skills and abilities based on practice ? • Train with the help of role models and examples • Use your knowledge in new siutations • to be allowed to fail (under controlled circumstances)
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