Resources: Student role

13 resources found for "Student role"
Aaron Porter : Keynote speech from 2nd annual ESCalate student conference students as stakeholders : take an active part in your own learning
Short video of extracts from Aaron Porter (NUS President) Keynote speech from the ESCalate event 2nd Annual ESCalate Student Conference Students as Stakeholders: take an active part in your own learning, 16 April 2010. Also an audio version synched with the presentation slides
Access student perceptions of factors that impact upon their learning journey
This is an ESCalate student grant awarded to Laura Mears of the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff. The aim of this project will be to discover the motivations and barriers experienced by adult learners returning to study, in order to further develop both institutional and individual understanding. This topic is particularly relevant due to the prominence of lifelong learning in the current political and socio-economic landscape
Conference impressions from 2nd annual ESCalate student conference : Students as stakeholders : take an active part in your own learning
Short video of conference impressions from 2nd annual ESCalate student conference : Students as stakeholders : take an active part in your own learning, 16 April 2010
Continuum : Listening to learners : student voice
The one day conference formed part of a piece of ESCalate commissioned work led by Professor John Storan, Dr. Petula Peters and Kathy Wright of the University of East London. Listening to Learners: Partnerships in Action and aimed to disseminate innovative work in progress as well as good practice from other projects and initiatives. These collated resources from the day feature a number of presentations, case studies and reports about the...
Mechanisms of support for students and their supervisors on the OU EdD
This is a presentation given by Linda Haggarty of CREET (Centre for Research in Education and Educational Technology) about ways of supporting staff and students in terms of the structure and assessment of the Open University's Doctorate of Education course. The course covers Curriculum, equity and assessment, Language and Literacy, Inclusive education/special education, Child development, Developing Lifelong Learning, Educational management and...
PDP and employability: leaving the academic agenda behind?
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 16, spring 2010. Tracy Johnson, a lecturer in study skills and a qualified personal coach, asks if Personal Development Planning can fit easily into the academic curriculum or whether it resides more comfortably within the employability agenda
Poster Presentations from 2nd Annual ESCalate Student Conference Students as Stakeholders: take an active part in your own learning
Poster Presentations from 2nd Annual ESCalate Student Conference Students as Stakeholders: take an active part in your own learning, 16 April 2010. Each poster presentation has a brief abstract, with links to poster / presentation files
Resources from Kent e-PDP and Employability Event
Resources from the ESCalate event Kent e-PDP and Employability Event, 10 May 2010 to promote the work of the project team from the School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research and Unit for the Enhancement of Learning Teaching at the University of Kent in linking eportfolios, Personal Development Planning (e-PDP) and employability. The project is supported by the Higher Education Academy’s Discipline-focused Learning Enhancement Academy...
Shooting stars research with ESCalate
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, summer 2010, celebrating 10 years of the education subject centre. Joe Gadzula writes from a lecturer’s point of view about the support ESCalate has given to one of his students to make a start on their career by applying for funding, engaging with research and presenting at conferences
Students as change agents at Exeter University
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 18, autumn 2010 by Harriet Whewell, formerly of the University of Exeter. This article gives a personal account of working with students on an innovative project at Exeter University. It details the Students as Change Agents scheme that aims to increase student engagement in the teaching and learning experience. Students ran their own research projects and data collection to improve an area...
The value of using video narratives for research
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, summer 2010, celebrating 10 years of the education subject centre. Gordon Joyes write about supporting his education students’ use of video to help them and their peers reflect on the research process
Towards a psychodynamic model of the student experience
This is an article from the ESCalate newsletter, issue 11, summer 2008. In it Dr Tony Brown writes about how using a psychodynamic model of student learning may change our thoughts about poorly performing students. A psychodynamic paradigm begins from a fundamentally different position. Student desire for learning is construed as relational, so when student learning has been disrupted, the focus shifts to the student’s relationships and how these...
University of East London (UEL) Continuum
This is an ESCalate Commissioned Work project led by Professor John Storan, Dr Petula Peters and Kathy Wright of the University of East London. The project proposal carried out in the year 2008/9 focused on four areas of activity. These were: 1) Survey - New Learning Professionals Online survey of “New learning professionals” Focus groups (6-8 respondents per group) conducted with survey respondents 2) Listening to Learners – Student Voice The...