I’m having a great time at the EYFE Conference in Cork, Ireland. Over 400 delegates here from 21 countries, from New Zealand to Finland.
Here are the main slides I used at my pre-conference workshop on ‘Helping students to take charge of their learning’ this morning, with 40 or so participants present.
EFYE-June-2019-w.pptx (164 downloads)
Here also is the Word file of the learning checklist we played with:
learning-grid-2019-v1.docx (134 downloads)
I’ll edit and post the workshop ‘learning incomes’ later. Already having great discussions. (And I’m retired!).
Great to be with you in Lincoln on the first day of my retirement.
Here are the main slides from the little session I added to the day.
Lincoln-June-2019-w.pptx (240 downloads)
Glad to say we got home to Newcastle in time to join in to most of the #lthechat tonight.
Here are the slides I used for my session on ‘Helping students to take charge of their learning’ on Wednesday, and Word files of the two handout grids we used.
learning-grid-2019-Solstice-2019.docx (154 downloads)
Self-care-2019-grid-Solstice-2019.docx (153 downloads)
Solstice-June-2019-w.pptx (150 downloads)
I’ve also transcribed your post-its:
helping-students-to-take-charge-postits.docx (130 downloads)
The complete surprise: Prof Peter Hartley did a great ‘This is your life…’ just for me – the whole works, photos, comments, slides – I was bowled over by folks kindness and generosity to celebrate my retiring on my 75th birthday next week! Many thanks to all! Lots of pictures were Tweeted too on #Solstice2019.
I enjoyed working with you this morning. Here are the main slides I used. Now back in Brighton enjoying the weather before returning to Newcastle tomorrow.
Sussex-May-2019-w.pptx (177 downloads)
Thanks to the keen tutors who came along to my session this evening – you were great to work with. Here are the main slides I used:
Dublin-Kings-Inn-2019-w.pptx (188 downloads)
Thanks for joining in so well in the various activities. Remember that the link to Royce Sadler video can be followed from the slides, and the various downloads I mentioned.
This Symposium was terrific – thanks to everyone who made it so, with 90 colleagues attending and presenting, and really enjoying themselves.
I contributed a short workshop on ‘Beyond the tyranny of learning outcomes?’ and the main slides I used are here:
ANTF-2019-w.pptx (227 downloads)
A link to Sally Brown’s website from which you can link to her SEDA blog on VASCULAR learning outcomes is here: http://sally-brown.net/2019/03/08/invigorating-the-curriculum-with-vascular-learning-outcomes/
A link to the piece I mentioned by Robert Nelson is here:
Robert-Nelson-THE-learning-outcomes-piece.docx (418 downloads)
I’ve now transcribed the great learning incomes from participants at my session, and they can be downloaded here:
workshop-products-w.docx (158 downloads)
(Postscript: sorry not to stay till the very end of the Symposium, but I got to the Sage, Gateshead in good time for the concert of Mozart’s 3rd Violin Concerto played to perfection by Thomas Zehetmair, who then conducted an exceptional performance of Bruckner’s 6th Symphony, all broadcast on Radio 3 – use BBC Sounds to catch up if you wish).
I enjoyed working with you this afternoon. Here are the main slides I used, including those at the end which you might choose to revisit when you think further about reinventing assessment:
UNN-2019-w.pptx (212 downloads)
No Tweets were received – this is really unusual – did I not leave you long enough to jot down the hashtag?
I enjoyed working today with colleagues from UCLAN School of Medicine and Dentistry again, this time on reinventing assessment. The main slides we used are here, including a link to a very convincing MOOC interview with Royce Sadler, adding a great deal to many of the things we were thinking about.
UCLAN-2019-3-w.pptx (205 downloads)
Thanks to getting a lift to the station, I got an earlier (comfortable) Glasgow train, and had 50 minutes at Carlisle where I enjoyed a bite of lunch, before getting the Newcastle train.
It was a real pleasure working with you today on all sorts to do with learning, assessment, feedback and teaching. You made me really welcome, and your enthusiasm and passion for learning was excellent. Here are the main slides I used – and the ones I mentioned as homework for you at the end.
Glion-2019-w.pptx (262 downloads)
Sally and I had a great time working with a group of colleagues at the magnificent venue of Cumberland Lodge on 17th-18th January, on various writing projects they were involved in. We ran various sessions (we did not charge for these), but the main point was allowing colleagues to get on with their writing – and the feedback shows that they did indeed succeed with this. We took a selection of slides with us to support the sessions we ran, and all of these slides are here (but we only used some of them):
Cumberland-lodge-writing-residential-17-18-january-2019-W.pptx (237 downloads)