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15th Annual Residential Seminar - Thurs 3rd and Friday 4th December 2015

Policies, practices(s), partnerships: the Fifteenth Annual Residential Seminar of the Centre for Recording Achievement

Thursday 3rd and Friday 4th December 2015, Kenwood Hall Sheffield

 

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Introductions and Welcomes 

Rob Ward, CRA Director

 

Whole seminar workshop: Personal Development from a Student Perspective: introducing and using the NUS Personal Development Framework

Personal Development Benchmarking Tool

Kate Little, NUS 

 

Workshop session one 

e-portfolios and digital badges; an integrated approach

Alastair Robertson and Carol Maxwell, Abertay University 

 

Reflection in the disciplines 

Janet Strivens, The Centre for Recording Achievement

 

PDP isn't just for students: How can HEA Fellowships help us evidence our engagement in professional development 

Sally Bradley, HEA Academy 

 

Workshop Session Two 

Learning gain through central provision

Jennie Blake and Chris Millson, University of Manchester 

 

The use of e-portfolios to support work-based learning- A case study

Mahara e-portfolio PLU403

Mahara training 'follow up', 8 steps of student support

Suggested content for e-portfolios 

Simon Bicknell, Newman University 

 

Third Sector Internships Scotland (TSIS): Reflections on Value, Impact and Best Practice 

Fiona Boyle, University of Cumbria

 

Annual General Meeting of the Centre for Recording Achievement 

 

Whole Seminar Workshop: 'Students as influencers', the role of Student Ambassadors for Learning and Teaching at the University of Sheffield 

Francine Lindley, Ana Popa, Mathy Selvakumaran, Ashley Carley and Sarita Pnday, University of Sheffield 

 

 

Day Two 

What's new what's hot??

Emerging Policy Developments: the TEF, Learning Gain and PDP

Ruth Burchell, QAA 

 

The IMS Digital Credentialling Initiative

Making sense of the new world digital credentials 

Carla Caselli, IMS 

 

Where are we with Open Badges? Results from the Open Badges Implementation Survey.

Simon Cotterill, Newcastle University.

 

The CRA Digital Badges Special Interest Group

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Chris Millson, University of Manchester and Fiona Harvey, University of Southampton

 

Workshop Session Three

Flippin staff development 

Megan Lawton, University of Wolverhampton 

 

Findings from the JISC national study into technology for employability 

Peter Chatterton, Daedalus e-world, on behalf of JISC

 

Institutional Change Leader award- Jisc Change Agents' network

Mark Kerrigan, Anglia Ruskin University and Emma Procter-Legg

 

Workshop Session Four

Understanding the potential for Digital Badges in Higher Education

Patrina Law and Jane Roberts, Open University 

 

Benefits and challenges behind moving the HEAR from a summative artefact to embedding it into formative processes that support institutional employability strategies

Technology for Employability: FE and Skills Case Studies

Technology for Employability: HE Case Studies

Technology for Employability: Five Dimensions 

Technology for Employability: Challenges 

Report: Technology for Employability

Quick read report: technology for Employability 

Peter Chatterton, Daedalus e-world, on Behalf of JISC and Ruth drysdale, JISC 

 

Reflections on Professional Practice Portfolios (PPP) in Teacher Education (TT): Findings of our pilot

Maria Rodriguez Yborra and Sarah Telfer, University of Bolton 

 

Plenary Workshop: 'Stopping and Thinking'

Steve Outram, Associate Director Development, The Centre for Recording Achievement

  • Document Published: Thursday, 03 December 2015