Presentation on theme: "Pebblepad: an introduction Dr Andrew Turner Centre for Higher Education Development Coventry University"— Presentation transcript:
Pebblepad: an introduction Dr Andrew Turner Centre for Higher Education Development Coventry University (email@example.com)
Why pebblePAD? Paper based systems generally not popular and do not accommodate the increasing range of assessments. Student assessments increasingly are produced electronically e-learning now extensively used. Allows web publishing Look and feel. Applicable across an institution – not discipline specific. Supports the PDP process – promotes reflection User centred – learner has ownership. Accommodates all file types Allows sharing through a number of interfaces. Compliant with latest interoperability standards.
Scans Pictures Files Movies Sounds Transcript Ability Achievement Action Plan Experience Meeting Thought WebLog WebFolio Shared Published Printed Create Edit Review View Comment Copy Collaborate Asset ePortfolio Asset Store to a Gateway
Placement CV Placement Action Plan Reflections Module 1 Feedback Module 1 Officer SU Placement Experience Placement Reflections Placement Report Personal Stuff Initial Diagnostic Assessment Transferred From College Careers Action Plan Careers Meeting Personal Tutor Meeting My Thoughts Feedback Module 5 My Thoughts Presentation Module 4 Abilities Audit Module 1 Work Experience Growing Asset Store
Coventry Institutional PDP implementation principles Personal development planning should be a formative, student-centred process. The process should be integrated into the whole of the student experience at Coventry University and include academic, personal, career and professional skills inputs. The implementation should take into account, build upon and be complementary to existing expertise and practices. The introduction of PDP should not place unnecessarily increased burdens of administration and bureaucracy on staff and students.
Implementation model Core element of PDP delivered through employability modules Ownership at Faculty level to develop subject specific and professional requirements – Faculties to decide how they well develop PDP in programmes
For further information: Andrew Turner (firstname.lastname@example.org)