SEDA and SEDA Scotland Conference 2001

Challenge to Change: enhancing the practice and scholarship of learning and teaching

02 April 2001 - 03 April 2001

Location: Glasgow

Conference Programme

Day 1 - Monday (click here for Day 2)

From 10.00am Registration and Coffee
11.00 - 11.30am Welcome:
Bob Matthew - SEDA Alba Chair
Ron Emanuel - Vice Principal (Learning and Teaching), University of Glasgow
11.30 - 12.15pm Opening Keynote Address:
Dr Peter Wright, Assistant Director, Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education
Giving Voice to Academic Standards: the essential role of the reference points for standards in the new method of external quality assurance for HE
12.15 - 1.25pm Lunch / Posters
1.30 - 2.15pm Parallel Session 1
2.30 - 3.15pm Parallel Session 2
3.15 - 3.40pm Refreshments
3.45 - 5.15pm Parallel Session 3
5.15pm Close - buses depart for hotel
6.00pm Drinks Reception and SEDA AGM - Jury's Hotel
8.00pm Conference Dinner - University Dining Rooms

Parallel Session 1 (45 minute sessions)
Monday, 1.30 - 2.15pm

Presenter(s) Title
Dr Henriikka Clarkeburn Ethics as a Challenge for Science Education
Steve Draper Computer Supported Co-operative Lecture Notes
Dr Andrew Comrie and Dr Helena Lim Opening Pandora's Box? Are we really listening to what students have to say about their learning experience?
Dr Malcolm Andrew A Classroom Observation Scheme: expectations, reality and professional development
Robin Shaw Staff Development in the Visual Arts

Parallel Session 2 (45 minute sessions)
Monday, 2.30 - 3.15pm

Presenter(s) Title
Godfrey Pell Action versus Traditional Learning: a comparative study at MBA
Dr Graham Rogers History 'Online': a constructivist approach
Vicki Simpson and Rhiannon Williams E-moderating: developing new skills for a new medium
David Brigden, Dr Andrew Sackville, Graham Lamont and Colette Balmer Riding the Roller Coaster: a joint voyage of discovery
Craig Gray From Student to Teacher: supporting graduate teaching assistant development

Parallel Session 3 (90 minute sessions)
Monday, 3.45 - 5.15pm

Presenter(s) Title
Carol Higgison, Rachel Harris and Emma Templeton Developing Online Tutors: courses and materials
Vivien Martin FSEDA A Framework for Planning Development Programmes
Dr Heather McKiggan-Fee, Dr Colin Mason and Dr Bob Matthew MAPPING - Multimedia Approach to Profiles and Portfolios: INteractive Guidance
Ranald Macdonald FSEDA Problem-Based Learning: a 'challenge to change'?
Steve Fallows and Rakesh Bhanot From Exclusivity to Inclusivity via Diversity
Klara Bolander, Bob Matthew, Colin Mason and Kate Morss Effective Lecturing: resources for staff developers

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