Sorry not to put these slides up earlier – my journey home took seven hours, arriving just before midnight. Fine as far as York, but packed train thereafter (no chance of working on this train)delayed by two hours due to flooding near Newcastle, then with Metro cancelled and no taxis in Newcastle I ended up getting the only bus running home, which took a further two hours to my street due to entirely gridlocked traffic. ! I’ve strung all the main slides into a single (big!) file, not in the order in which we used them, as I dipped and dived into various presentations during the day. Great working with you all. University of Hull (375 downloads)
On 14th June I’m going to Leeds, then on the 15th off on the ferry from Hull to Zeebrugge, then on holiday in France until the 27th. After this, I’m working in Hull on the 28th, and travelling around working in several parts of the UK till July 9th. I am unlikely to pick up emails or phone messages while in France, so please bear with me if I’m slow in replying then.
Great working with you today. Now at Kings Cross, half-way (in time) home on trains. Here are the main slides we used today (minus the pictures and links). Sadly taxi didn’t turn up, but I legged it to the station in time for the 1559, which was exactly on time. It was really good to see Broadstairs for the first time – I hope you’ll ask me back. Thanet (346 downloads)
I’m delighted to say that Sally’s award of PhD by Published Works was confirmed yesterday. You might like to email her with congrats by going to her website, www.sally-brown.net There’s lots of good stuff on her website. I am of course very proud of my wife’s achievement.
It was great to meet up at Newcastle University (my own old Uni) for the inaugural meeting of the North-East Regional Group of National Teaching Fellows. Sally and I (mainly Sally) included a presentation on ‘How to bring about change in Universities’, and the slides are here for anyone interested. Newcastle University: 3rd May (355 downloads) . Thanks to everyone for organising the day.
Here are the main slides I used in my keynote, minus the links and pictures. You were a great audience, thanks. UWE (454 downloads) . I enjoyed all of your sessions, thanks, particularly the one on feedback and feedforward, and on talking students online through the answers to past exam questions, illustrating how exactly to go about answering them where necessary. There’s excellent practice around at UWE.
I’ve updated the PowerPoint file which shows the development of the ‘ripples model’ of learning, with some new slides added. Now it should download more easily, directly as a PowerPoint file, without the hassle of zipped folders, as my website software no longer needs these. Ripples model seven factors (28579 downloads) . This is written up as Chapter 2 of the 2nd (2010) edition of ‘Making Learning Happen’. If you would like to book me to go through this live at your institution, please email me.
I keep playing with a checklist to use before and after a teaching element, and here’s the latest version. I’m now able to put up Word files directly, saving all the messing with zipped folders. Do let me know what you think of this, so I can improve it. I know it’s too long, but I thought it best for colleagues to edit it down. Reflective Checklist 2012 (1001 downloads)
What key advice is needed by 6th-formers and others preparing to start University? I’ve added a page of brief suggestions to the ‘for students’ part of this website, accessible using the link at the right-hand side. I’m particularly looking for feedback on these suggestions, and (even better) for more ideas to go there.
Here are the main slides we used in my session. I took out the pictures and links which would have made the file far too big. The slides are in PowerPoint 2007 in a zipped folder. Great working with you – best of luck in your forthcoming assignments.
Northumbria slides (449 downloads)
I was very impressed with your draft assignments on helping 6th formers to prepare for University – so you inspired me to have a go to produce a simple one-pager with the same mission, which you can download here: How to do Uni (419 downloads) . I was also very heartened by some feedback from you which Kay sent on to me – you can see that here too feedback (407 downloads) .