8th Annual SEDA Conference 2003

Values and Change in Higher Education

18 November 2003 - 19 November 2003

Location: Birmingham

Conference Programme

Wednesday 19th November – Day 2 (click here for Day 1)



9.00 – 9.45am

Parallel Session 6 (papers/workshops)

27. Experiencing Problem-based Learning
John Colvin and John Price

28. This student is a customer
Joy Hawthorne

29. I don’t have time to go to staff development
Margo Blythman and Susan Orr

30. Experiences of mentoring: Developing a student centred mentoring scheme between part-time and full-time undergraduates
Benita Wishart and Anne Hill

31. Turning the tide: encouraging innovative teaching within a traditional teaching environment
Dr Christine Hocking

32. Performance Indicators in Higher Education
Lewis Elton

33. Preparing international students to engage with UK academic culture
Lynn Roberts

10.00 – 10.45am

Parallel Session 7 (papers/workshops)

34. Creating usable representation of knowledge to support practitioners to change their practice
Rhona Sharpe

35. Foundation Degree Development – a bottom up experience
Helen Thomas

36. Fostering innovation and embedding change
Professor Diana Eastcott, Dr Stuart Brand, Nigel Wynne and Luke Millard

37. The social science and social work curriculum: what it does and does not value. Lessons from mature students
Dr Marion Bowl

38. Implementing an institutional Teacher Fellowship Scheme to promote teamwork and dissemination of best practice
Andy Hagyard

39. “With a Little Help from my Friends” – the IT skills of teachers in the Lifelong Learning Sector
Jim Crawley

40. Developing students through a Writing in the Disciplines Project
Phyllis Crème and Liz Somerville

10.15 – 10.45am




11.15 – 12.00pm

Keynote Address: “Candle in the Gale” Professor Phil Candy

12.00 – 12.45pm


12.45 – 1.45pm


1.45 – 3.15pm

Parallel Sessions 8 and 9 (workshops)

41. Learning Styles in the Educational Development Classroom
Helen King

42. Inclusive Curricula-exclusive courses
Rakesh Bhanot

43. Using a Cycle of Professional Development for Curriculum Design
Mike Mortimer and Lyn Greaves

44. Students in Transition
Patrick Smith and Pauline McLeman

45. Into the looking glass: realigning our work to our values
Neill Thew

46. How can we embed values in processes of educational development and change?
Liz Shrives and Chris Bond

47. The Bridging Developers
David Baume

3.30 – 4.15pm

Reflections: An interactive plenary Carole Baume and Helen King


Refreshments and Depart

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