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Course redesign


  • Wild, J. Omingo, M. INASP, January 2020,  Graduate skills for employability in East Africa: Evolution of a skills matrix for course redesign. Read the paper .

Blogs and articles

  • Buchner, T., Dryden, J., INASP, October 2020,  Pivoting to remote support for transforming higher education: what we have learnt. Read the blog .

  • Skovgaard, M., INASP website, September 2020,  How to make university classes more gender responsive. Read the blog 

  • The TESCEA project team, SPHEIR website, July 2020,  Moving face-to-face workshops for higher education staff online. Read the blog.

  • Buchner, T.  Dryden, J., UKFIET, July 2020,  Adapting for sustainability: taking training of trainers online to continue higher education support. Read the blog .

  • Wild, J., Omingo, M, University World News, May 2020,  Redesigning university curricula to boost employability. Read the blog .

  • SPHEIR team, SPHEIR, May 2020,  Fresh thinking in East Africa: Helping graduates develop skills for the workplace and society. Read the blog.

  • Skovgaard, M. Buchner, T., INASP, April 2020,  Adapting to continue higher education support amidst a pandemic. Read the blog.  

  • Harle, J., INASP, April 2020,  Enabling social change from changes in higher education. Read the blog 

  • Wild, J., INASP, February 2020,  Understanding the skills gaps between higher education and the workplace in East Africa. Read the blog .

  • Daily Monitor, Uganda, February 2020,  University course re-design could solve high unemployment rate. Read the article .

  • Harle, J.,University World News, January 2020,  Transforming core skills in university curricula. Read the article .

  • Kigotho, W. University World News, November 2019,  eLearning – Can it improve graduate employability? Read the article .

  • Munuve, V., Uganda Martyrs University, October 2019,  Experience of implementing course redesign to help students gain critical thinking skills. Read the blog .

  • Monk, D.,Gulu University, July 2019,  Transforming learning and connecting communities to support higher education. Read the blog .

  • Tenywa Malagala, A., Gulu University, May 2019,  How to bring gender-responsive pedagogy into course redesign in higher education. Read the blog .

  • Harle, J., INASP, December 2018,  Transforming Employability for Social Change in East Africa: the first eight months. Read the blog .

  • Harris, S., INASP, December 2018,  Transforming teachers for transformed students. Read the blog .

  • Muchungi, K., AFELT, December 2018,  For effective change, all stakeholders need to recognize the importance of critical thinking.Read the blog .

  • Mutonyi, H., Uganda Martyrs University, November 2018,  University courses should support critical thinking skills to help address national needs. Read the blog .

  • Nakkazi, E, University World News, September 2018,  Partnership aims to produce problem-solving graduates. Read the article .

  • INASP, September 2018, TESCEA, New area of work supports critical thinking skills in East Africa. Read the blog .

Videos and webinars

  • New Vision TV, February 2020, Report on Gulu course redesign on TV. Watch the video .

  • INASP, July 2020, TESCEA student perspective: Dorice Kagisa, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

  • INASP, July 2020, TESCEA student perspective: Ignatus Mkonga, University of Dodoma. Watch the video .

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