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15th Annual SEDA Conference 2010

 
     

15th Annual SEDA Conference 2010

Developing ourselves: a conference for educational developers, by educational developers

16 November 2010 - 17 November 2010

Location: Queen Hotel, Chester

Conference Programme

Day One: Tuesday 16th November


09.15 – 09.45  Registration and tea & coffee 

09.45 –10.00  Welcome and Introductions 

10.00 – 10.45  Keynote Address: Constructive re-alignment? UK educational development from the outside David Green, Associate Director, Center for Excellence in Teaching in Learning, Seattle University

10.45 – 11.15  Break

11.15 – 12.00  Parallel Session 1

Strand 1 – Professional Development
1. Learning Conversations: professional development through coaching and mentoring. Diana Eastcott and Emma Heron

Strand 2 – Curriculum Development
2. Getting started with curriculum design and development: tools and approaches for educational developers. Claire Taylor

Strand 3  - Evaluating Impact and Value for Money
3. Targets and performance measures in educational development: how helpful are they? Barbara Dexter

Strand 4 - Leading Educational Change
4. Leading educational development is like what? Exploring the use of metaphors for gaining new insights and understanding of your leadership role. Sue Thompson

Strand 5 - Educational Developers as Scholars
5. Getting that Bid! Ruth Pilkington and Frances Deepwell  

12.00 – 12.45  Networking and SEDA dissemination  

12.45 – 13.45  Lunch 
Additional session: TASK (Tutor Accessibility Support Kit) - A Suite of Staff Development Resources for Inclusive Online Learning Design. George Papadopoulos

13.45 – 15.15  Parallel Session 2

Strand 1 - Professional Development
6. Doing better or different things rather than just doing the same things better: introducing more variety into the academic development practices we use. Ranald Macdonald

Strand 2 – Curriculum Development
7. Student engagement in curriculum design. Rebecca Freeman 

Strand 3 - Evaluating Impact and Value for Money
8. How do educational developers make an impact – and how do they know they have done? David Baume

Strand 4 - Leading Educational Change
9. Managing effective change interventions – what do you understand about what you do? Liz Shrives 

Strand 5 - Educational Developers as Scholars
10. Mini writing retreat - bring an idea and leave with an abstract, bring a piece of writing and finish it! Julie Hall 

15.15 – 15.30  Break 

15.30 – 16.15  Parallel Session 3

Strand 1 - Professional Development
11. Panel – SEDA Qualifications Question Time. Sally Bradley (Chair)

Strand 2 – Curriculum Development
12. Mods and Mockers: curriculum flexibility and its consequences . David Woodman

Strand 3 - No session

Strand 4 - Leading Educational Change
13. Creative campus – a new approach to educational change. Louise Naylor and Jan Sellers

Strand 5 - Educational Developers as Scholars
14. Developing , nurturing and making use of research and research cultures in straitened times a) developing our own research and b) supporting others' research. Gina Wisker   

16.30 – 17.30
Labyrinth – Jan Sellers
Reading Group – Frances Deepwell
Networking/Downtime
Treasure Hunt in Chester – Sally Bradley 

19.30  Drinks reception

20.30  Dinner
   

Day Two: Wednesday 17th November


08.30 – 09.15  Breakfast session for people new to SEDA – come and find out more about the organisation 

10.00 – 10.45  Parallel Session 4

Strand 1 - Professional Development
15. From eLearning to eDevelopment . Susi Peacock and Sally Bradley 

Strand 2– Curriculum Development
16. Designing in employability. Janet Lange

Strand 3 - Evaluating Impact and Value for Money
17. SESSION CANCELLED Evaluating impact and value for money: dimensions and dilemmas. Steve Outram 

Strand 4 - Leading Educational Change
18. Facilitation – engagement at all levels. Stuart Boon

Strand 5 - Educational Developers as Scholars
19. Viewing teaching – enhancing teaching by watching others. Gail Langley AND Evidence based research from a health and social care perspective. Nicky Torrance  

10.45 – 11.45  Coffee and networking 

11.45 – 12.30  Parallel Session 5

Strand 1 - Professional Development
20. Developing one’s career as a professional: enacting your values, enhancing your expertise, and extending your network. Peter Kahn and Sally Bradley

Strand 2– Curriculum Development
21. Embedding research informed teaching into the curriculum: developing student skills of critical questioning . Christine Wall & Phil Carey

Strand 3 Evaluating Impact and Value for Money
22. Making the drinking coffee into KPIs – managing impact measures within an educational development setting. Susannah Quinsee

Strand 4 Leading Educational Change
23. New technologies and staff development: towards holistic development using Embedding Work-with-IT. Lesley Gourlay and Diane McDonald

Strand 5 - Educational Developers as Scholars
24. Finding collaborative partners. Fran Beaton and Pam Parker

12.30 – 13.30  Lunch  

13.30 – 14.15  Parallel Session 6 Big Issues

Issue 1 – Graduate attributes
25. Graduate attributes - how shall we know them? Karen Thomson

Issue 2 – Student voice
26. My learning, my curriculum so where do you come in? Jenny Eland

Issue 3 – Disability friendly approaches
27. The linchpin: the key role of the staff and educational developer in embedding inclusion in HE. Simon Ball

Issue 4 - Sustainability
28. Education for sustainable development in the curriculum: the challenge for academic development. Debby Cotton 

14.15 – 15.00  Keynote Address: Developers for the 21st Century. Glynis Cousin, Director of Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, University of Wolverhampton 

15.00 – 15.30  Tea and Depart

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