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Laboratory of Learning in the Kindergarden: who learned what from the adventure of collaboration between the employer and the university?
Ruth Tharme Service Improvement Manager Early Years Rosemary McGuinness Professional Practice Lecturer Sheena Bankier Early Years Inspector
Invest in Staff Access to Learning: a value Graduates in Early Years Recognition of Existing Knowledge & Skills Learning needs of Home Based Workers Work / Life Balance BEFORE…
Validated WBL Framework Established APEL method Experience in Web 2.0 Knowledge of Distance Learning Learning Resources BEFORE…
Extend professional knowledge Flexibility in study Being able to work and study from home BEFORE…
New knowledge & skills in workplace Motivated staff Supports improvement AFTER…
Underuse of Web 2.0 Linking Collaborative Learning to Assessment Podcasting AFTER…
Analyse Information Research Skills Deeper Knowledge of my work Learning from others Reflective Practice AFTER…
Organisational Impact Collaborative Learning Challenges of Distance Learning Location of Knowledge
Enhancing employability: The approach of the Quality Assurance Agency in Scotland Romania, December 2007 Norman Sharp OBE
Improving access to HE – Innovative pedagogies and practices Ruth Helyer Kerstin McClenaghan University of Teesside.
T HE U NIVERSITY OF Y ORK Widening participation in Higher Education: The example of an e-based Masters programme Ellen Roberts Jane Rostron Department.
Sue Bennett Work-Related Learning Development Officer.
Supporting further and higher education Understanding my Learning Helen Beetham Programme Consultant.
Providing negotiated work-based learning using a flexible learning continuum Dr Richelle Duffy & Gillian Shiel Negotiated Work-Based Learning.
Project Coordinator: Professor Dr. Reinhard Schmidt / Università degli Studi di Firenze European Approaches and Methods for the Recognition of Work Based.
Interagency Collaboration Arthur Recesso Learning & Performance Support Laboratory University of Georgia.
Work Based Learning in Middlesex University Dr Barbara Workman: Institute for Work Based Learning.
Enhancing women students’ experience Cheryl Cairns Student Project Officer.
Your graduate attributes. Why did you come to University?
Supporting further and higher education e-Learning and Pedagogy overview Helen Beetham Programme Consultant.
Quality Assurance in eLearning Denise Kirkpatrick Pro Vice-Chancellor The Open University, UK.
Practical resource Evidence based – developed through our research study Draws on the framework of impact, practicalities of capturing impact & lessons.
Clicks and Bricks: From the OU to Leicester From Distance to Mixed Mode. Gilly Salmon Professor of E-learning & learning Technologies National Teaching.
1 The Britvic IT Academy – In partnership with Staffordshire University The Employer Perspective Rob Pritchard Group IT Director Hanifa Shah Strategic.
The Involvement of Industry in Engineering Programmes Professor John Dickens Director Engineering Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning Loughborough.
University of Hull Centre for Lifelong Learning Implementing FHEQ Level in Teaching & Assessment Shirley Bennett and Kathryn Pope.
Strategies for Employer Engagement Dr Richard Bolden Centre for Leadership Studies NATIONAL HE STEM PROGRAMME SEMINAR - 25 May 2012, Bournemouth University.
Part-Time Now Barriers To Part-time Learning In The New HE Landscape across the four UK nations Centre for Inclusion and Collaborative Partnerships
1 st UPC WBL Conference: Exploring the Diverse Nature of Work-based Learning 10,000 work based learners, supported by 1,500 staff in 20 UPC partners: reflecting.
Dr Catherine Bovill Academic Development Unit University of Glasgow Dr Kate Morss and Dr Cathy Bulley, Queen Margaret University.
Method to Experience ELESIG Small Grants Project Shalni Gulati & Irmgard Huppe City University & Oxford Brookes University
A Proposal Dr Susan Hamer
SKILLS FOR EMPLOYABILITY UAE ADVISORY FORUM Marlena Topple.
Policy Research Programme Social Care Workforce Research Initiative Hazel Qureshi Marie McNay.
The Professional Development Needs of Teacher Educators in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) and School-based Mentors in Schools Researcher: Becca Westrup.
Want to know more? Entry requirements Foundation Degree in Health & Social Care Looking for the ideal opportunity to develop in Health & Social Care? The.
Overcoming barriers to PQ training ‘The candidate speaks’, findings from recent research by Kenneth Bayley.
Educating for professional life Developing and Embedding Inclusive Policy and Practice in Higher Education Presented by Dr Ann Rumpus and Eileen Laycock.
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