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Why?
10.45 Coffee and Registration
11.00 Introduction
11.10 Survey of Hopes for and Fears of considering Quality in Public Enga...
14.00 What is Quality in PE? (Breakout groups)
14.45 How can we embedd quality? (breakout groups)
15.30 Coffee available
R...
Survey of your Hopes and Fears
in Considering Quality in Public
Engagement
How others define and embed quality in practice:
• QA in teaching and learning
(Gordon McDougall, University of Edinburgh)...
Personal reflections
From your own experience, what are your three key
examples of recognising/embedding quality in public...
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.
The Good: things we can use from previous
examples of embedding quality in practice
The Bad: ...
The Good, the Bad, the Ugly.
•Discuss and record your thoughts (15 MINUTES at first
station)
•Move clockwise to next stati...
What is Quality in Public Engagement?
from the perspective of
•Public Engagement Practitioners
•Public Engagement Activiti...
How can we embed quality?
• at practitioner level
• at programme level
• at institutional level
3 breakout groups, each gr...
Coffee (phew!!!)
Review the questions raised from
hopes and fears
Next steps
Whole group discussion
And finally…..
A big thank-you to you all
from the
Edinburgh Beltane Evaluation
Working Group.
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  1. 1. Why?
  2. 2. 10.45 Coffee and Registration 11.00 Introduction 11.10 Survey of Hopes for and Fears of considering Quality in Public Engagement 11.20 How others define and embed quality in practice (presentation) QA in teaching and learning (Gordon McDougal, UoE) GLO – (Susanne Spicer, Manchester Beacon for Public Engagement) Summary of: NVQ’s, EVAL, Funders, Heritage Lottery Fund, Learning Outside the Classroom (Dan Hillier, ROE) 12.20 Personal Reflections 12.30 The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (breakout groups) The Good – things we can use from previous examples The Bad – things we want to avoid, can learn from The Ugly – things that aren’t covered 13.15 Lunch Programme - AM
  3. 3. 14.00 What is Quality in PE? (Breakout groups) 14.45 How can we embedd quality? (breakout groups) 15.30 Coffee available Review questions raised from hopes and fears 15.45 Next steps (whole group discussion) 16.15 Wrap up 16.30 Close Programme - PM
  4. 4. Survey of your Hopes and Fears in Considering Quality in Public Engagement
  5. 5. How others define and embed quality in practice: • QA in teaching and learning (Gordon McDougall, University of Edinburgh) • GLO (Suzanne Spicer, Manchester) • Summary of other approaches (Dan Hillier, Royal Observatory)
  6. 6. Personal reflections From your own experience, what are your three key examples of recognising/embedding quality in public engagement. 3 post-it notes per person. Please write one example per post-it note.
  7. 7. The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. The Good: things we can use from previous examples of embedding quality in practice The Bad: things we want to avoid, can learn from The Ugly: things which weren’t covered
  8. 8. The Good, the Bad, the Ugly. •Discuss and record your thoughts (15 MINUTES at first station) •Move clockwise to next station •Read previous group’s comments. Annotate, agree, disagree, add different perspectives (10 MINUTES) •Move clockwise to final station. Annotate, agree, disagree, add different perspectives (5 MINUTES)
  9. 9. What is Quality in Public Engagement? from the perspective of •Public Engagement Practitioners •Public Engagement Activities •Public Engagement Programmes 3 breakout groups, each group focuses on one of the above perspectives (30 MINUTES). Summary from each group
  10. 10. How can we embed quality? • at practitioner level • at programme level • at institutional level 3 breakout groups, each group focuses on all of the above perspectives (30 MINUTES). Summary from each group
  11. 11. Coffee (phew!!!) Review the questions raised from hopes and fears
  12. 12. Next steps Whole group discussion
  13. 13. And finally…..
  14. 14. A big thank-you to you all from the Edinburgh Beltane Evaluation Working Group.
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