Innovative learning environments

In a world of accelerated and often disruptive transformations, higher education graduates need more than subject expertise to excel in their future work and life. More than ever before, they need to be able to assess, design and manage change in their professional, personal and civic environments. Most often, the challenges they are facing will require systemic thinking and the ability to work in interdisciplinary teams and globally distributed processes. Universities are adapting their teaching methodologies and curricula to foster such competences across and beyond the subject portfolio.

Reichert investigates and supports different university approaches to learning innovation and curricular change, in particular the links between new approaches to learning or curricula and organisational transformation at universities. From authoring the early Trends studies on the challenges of implementing the Bologna reforms to current innovation in teaching and learning across Europe, Reichert Consulting supports change management in linking international good practice with specific institutional potential and constraints.