11th Annual SEDA Conference 2006

Mapping Educational Development: locations, boundaries and bridges

21 November 2006 - 22 November 2006

Location: Birmingham

Conference Programme

Wednesday 22nd November 2006 - Day 2 (click here for day 1)

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9.15 - 10.00am Parallel Session 4

  1. Extending the HE Curriculum Through Partnership
    Vivien Martin and Joyce Barlow

  2. Associate Lecturers and Learning Teaching Assessment: forgotten few or missing many
    Sally Bradley and Sue Beckingham

  3. Making Effective Use of E-Learning within Staff Development Programmes
    Alan Maddocks

  4. Who is the Expert Here? Exploring the relationship between educational developers and academics in supporting Personal Development Planning
    Tracy Johnson

  5. Enquiry Based Learning and Developing Facilitation Skills as Part of CPD for Academic Staff
    Anne Lee

  6. Teaching in the Disciplines: models incorporated into an HEA accredited PG certificate programme for staff new to learning/supporting learners
    Rachael Carkett and Arlene Franklyn-Stokes

10.00 - 10.30am Refreshment Break

10.30 - 12.00pm Parallel Session 5

  1. Working Together: developing LTA through peer-supported review
    Rosie Bingham, Dave Crutchley and Alison Purvis

  2. Xtreme Constructive Alignment
    David Baume

  3. Devolving the Development of Teaching and Teachers to Departments While Retaining the Scholarship of Teaching
    Graham Gibbs and Claire Stocks

  4. What About Me? Developing the developer
    Ruth Pilkington

  5. Credit Where Credit is Due: the public relations of educational development
    Haydn Mathias

  6. Fur Coat AND Big Knickers: maximising the developmental impact of an excellence scheme
    Jane Clarke and Rachel Higdon

12.00 - 1.00pm Lunch

1.00 - 1.30pm Discussion Groups

1.30 - 2.15pm Parallel Session 6

  1. Professional Development for Educational Developers at a Faculty Level: some work in progress
    Ranald Macdonald and Mike Green

  2. Blurring the Boundaries Between Assessment, Evaluation, Teaching and Research in Teacher Development
    Ali Cooper

  3. Motivating Online Participants Without the Use of Assessment: development of a national online community for PG Cert students
    Rowland Gallop and Phil Gravestock

  4. Mapping 'Wicked' Assessment Practices: implications for educational development
    Peter Knight and Anna Page

  5. Educational Development and the Culture of Institutions, Departments and Project Teams
    Martin Coffey

  6. Getting Published With SEDA: your questions answered
    Philip Frame and James Wisdom

2.15 - 2.45am Refreshment Break

2.45 - 3.30pm Keynote: to be confirmed

3.30 - 4.00pm Summing up and Close

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