SEDA/AISHE Spring Conference 2002

Supporting & Evaluating Change: enhancing the practice & scholarship of learning, teaching and assessment

11 April 2002 - 12 April 2002

Location: Dublin

Conference Programme

Day 1 - Thursday 11th April 2002 (click here to view Day 2)

From 10.00am

Registration and refreshments
11.00amActivity
11.15amWelcome:
Rakesh Bhanot - Chair, SEDA Conference Committee
Terry Barrett - AISHE
Barry Jackson - Co-Chair of SEDA
11.45amParallel Session 1
12.30pmLunch
1.45pmParallel Session 2
2.45pmParallel Session 3
3.45pmRefreshments and Posters
4.15pmKeynote:
The Unbearable Lightness of Education
Bob Stake, Professor of Education and Director of the Centre for Instructional Research and Curriculum Evaluation, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
5.15pmInterest Groups / 'Free Time'
6.00pmClose
7.15pmReception - Trinity College
8.00pmDinner - Trinity College
Followed by entertainment
11.45pmLeave Trinity College


Parallel Session 1 (45 minute sessions)
Thursday, 11.45 - 12.30pm

Presenter(s)TitleFormat
Dr Siun Hanrahan, Bernadette Burns and Niamh Ann KellyPedagogical Partnerships: strategies for delivering a practice-based education at a distance and their potential within a traditional educational contextPaper
Sylvia Huntley-Moore and John PanterPreparing Heads of Departments to Manage ChangeWorkshop
Clare MillingtonSupporting High-Quality and Scholarly e-LearningWorkshop
Liam O'GogainMeitheal: using the old Irish tradition of Meitheal to develop a resilient, adaptive, autopoetic learning communityWorkshop
Dr Barbara PageDeveloping Undergraduate Entrepreneurial Abilities with SMEs Using Problem-Based LearningWorkshop
Professor Phil RacePutting the Learning into e-Learning - or are we ready to give up paper yet?Paper
Rev Dr Roy Seden and Jane ClarkeDispersed Professional Development: managing effective change in teaching and learningWorkshop
James Wisdom and Ranald Macdonald FSEDAEvaluation within Educational Development Projects: descriptions of current practiceWorkshop



Parallel Session 2 (45 minute sessions)
Thursday, 1.45 - 2.30pm

Presenter(s)TitleFormat
Dr Andrew ComrieDeveloping Reflective Dialogue: exploring concept and practice in using an e-portfolioPaper
Dr Kate DayBoth Ends of the Telescope: enabling teaching staff to access student perspectives during educational development activitiesSeminar
Frances DeepwellDeveloping a Context Sensitive Evaluation Strategy: the SCATE frameworkWorkshop
Brenda DugganA More Democratic Approach for Class Critique in Design EducationWorkshop
Jane FieldEvaluation Through Story TellingSeminar
Dr Diana K KellyThe Learning Paradigm: catalyst for organisational changeSeminar
Nona Lyons, Marian Murphy and Marian McCarthyAdvancing the Scholarship of Teaching, Part 2: Inquiring into, Documenting, and Representing the Scholarship of Teaching through a Portfolio Process: what possibilities?Workshop



Parallel Session 3 (45 minute paper sessions and 60 minute joint papers)
Thursday, 2.45 - 3.45pm

Presenter(s)TitleFormat
Helen Guerin and David JenningsVirtual Teaching: a learning experiencePaper
Roger Latham and Jenny RiceCan Offering Management Training Ease the Pain of Change?Seminar
Dr Gerry McNamara, Dr Peter McKenna and Carmel MulcahyEvaluating Minority Participation at Dublin City UniversityPaper
Liz Broumley and Elisabet Weedonand
Claus Pahl
Design and Development of Interactive Networked Lessons: lessons from staff and students and
Managing Evolution and Change in Web-based Teaching and Learning Environments
Joint papers
Margaret Buckridgeand
Mike Laycock
Innovative approaches to learning, teaching and assessment and
Labouring to Learn: a cross-institutional approach to work-based learning
Joint papers
Chew Swee Cheng
and

Jen Harvey, Roisin Donelly and Maria Lee
Using Technology to Support Student-Centred Learning: PBLOnline at the Temasek IT School and
First Experiences with Online Learning using PBL: problem based or problematic?
Joint papers
Dr Helena Lim and Roz Collins
and
Sarah Moore and Jacinta Cunnen
Great Expectations: perceptual gaps in staff and student perspectives of learning in higher education and
Defining Teaching Excellence Using Qualitative Alumni Feedback: another piece of the jigsaw
Joint papers
Dr Michael Shevlin, Dr Joan Hanafin and Dr Marie Flynnand
David French and Chris Lewis
Including Young People with Disabilities: exploring the implications for third level education and
Disabled Students and Teaching and Learning: an urgent priority for staff development
Joint papers


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