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• C (rate of Change) &gt; L (Rate of Learning)How to speed up L?Traditionally tuition of prior knowledge (P)But P is from the past We must ask one another Questions to help generate Knowledge relevant to the bleeding edgeL (Learning) is a function of P (Prior Knowledge) and Q (Questions)Action Learning gives us the space and safety to ask those questions
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• ### Student innovation teams transition start up

1. 1. 25/02/2014 Start Up Meeting Phase 1 Transition to Service Projects
2. 2. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Introduction Aims/Objectives 10:10 Approach to us working together in this phase 10:20 Exploration of themes emerging from your project plans 12:10 Action Learning – Overcoming barriers to success, identifying and solving problems 12:30 Lunch 13:30 Action Leaning Sets 15:15 Expert class (David on Social Networking) 15:40 Student Summer of Innovation 2014 – how might you get involved. 16:00 Close 2
3. 3. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Introduction Approach • Assign Jisc Project Manager • Myles – CfP and FundFind • Paul - UniBoard and WikiNets • David – Unisocs and Konnect • Establish contract and agree a plan/deliverables (Feb/Mar) • Start-up (business planning) • Support (Monthly Action Learning meetings and specialist advice) • Dissemination/Events (DigiFest, Showcase, etc.) • Development and pilot (Project Specific) • Evaluation/Review (Progress against deliverables, Customer feedback from piloting, Refining the process) • Develop business cases • Discuss next steps (July onwards) 3
4. 4. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Themes emerging from project plans David Kernohan • This is me, feeding back on behalf of the team on your project plans and other documents you have sent us. Hello. • I’m raising general issues, not specific ones project by project. I’m not going to call out any projects for doing particular BAD THINGS. • (apart from Konnect, because they’re not here) • (actually no, not even that) • (also, no ponies) 4
5. 5. SOSI service start up meeting 20/02/2014 5
6. 6. 25/02/2014 Action Learning
7. 7. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 7
8. 8. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 8 Rate of Change vs Rate of Learning Rate of Learning (L) Rate of Change (C)
9. 9. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 The learning set A small group of people, who meet regularly. Learning sets may vary in size from - with four to six being set members an optimum size. The learning set acts as: · a helpful, questioning group · a listening ‘mirror’ · a resource group · a support and challenge group · a reflective group · a learning group 9
10. 10. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 How does a set differ from other working groups? The aim of the set is not to resolve issues together. The aim of the learning set is to help each individual member accelerate their own rate of learning with the support and challenge of the other group members 10
11. 11. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 What can you gain from a set? • Time and space for your own reflections • Insights and perspectives from others/with others • Other’s knowledge and experiences • An opportunity to ‘hear yourself think – and respond’ • Support and challenge from others • Sharing successes and confusions with others – and learning from them • Hearing yourself be helpful – and gaining in confidence • Building your questioning and listening skills • Moving forward to address a problem or manage task – having committed yourself to action 11
12. 12. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Ground Rules 1. Four meetings 2. Be there for meetings 3. Be active in membership 4. Confidentiality - Chatham House rules 5. Speakers – use your time as you see fit 6. Set members - give whole attention, active listening allow silence, ask insightful questions 7. No action without learning, no learning without action; Sum up the actions you intend to take at the end! 12
13. 13. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Active Listening Active listening requires paying attention to one person over a sustained period of time whilst absorbing the underlying messages that the presenter is giving. Give encouragement to the speaker to continue opening up on the details of their problem. Show empathy to the feelings that emerge from the presenter. Active listening is enhanced by: • body language: making eye contact, nodding, attentive posture; • checking understanding: reflecting back what has been said to check for mutual understanding; • exploring feelings that underlie the presenter’s response to an issue; • summarising issues to enable presenters to clarify their thoughts; • probing with further questions to gain deeper insight into the issue in hand. 13
14. 14. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 14 Open Questions • No advice, no anecdotes! • • What would be the consequences of taking different action? What were you expecting from this situation? • What is the worst thing that could happen? • How did you feel about what was happening? • Who else could assist you with this issue? • What is your strongest feeling about this situation? • Do you believe that this situation can be resolved satisfactorily? • What else do you need to know or find out? • If you could start again, how would you act differently? • What would be the easiest/hardest solution? • What would have made things better? • What assumptions are you making about the situation? • How do you know? • Why does it have to be that way? • Is there a way you could have done things differently? • What is the best possible outcome?
15. 15. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Role of the facilitator • to help each participant gain the maximum from the learning opportunities presented • ensuring that the process of action learning is maintained with all group members respecting the agreed groundrules • ensure that time is fairly distributed across the set members • Ensure presenters sum up with intended actions 15
16. 16. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Role of the scribe • note any general points of learning • capture any widely felt support needs • present feedback (Chatham House) to the plenary session 16
17. 17. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 17 Two Sets • Facilitator & Scribe Myles • Facilitator Paul • Samantha Jones (UniSocs) • Scribe David • David Furlong (WikiNets) • Matt Beveridge (Uni-Board) • Matthew Terrell (CFP) • Joseph Chamberlain (UniSocs) • Emanuil Tolev (FundFind) • Brendan Fong (WikiNets) • Martin Kruusimagi (CFP)
18. 18. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Lunch Think of a problem to bring to the set Something that • You’re struggling with • You’re personally attached to • Is impeding the project 18
19. 19. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 “Expert” Session on Social Media David Kernohan Rule 1: Anyone who claims to be a “social media expert” is a fraud. 19
20. 20. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Exercise 1. Identify a competitor, or a company/start up in your field. Or someone interesting. 2. Look at the way they use social media. What services are they using? What are they doing with them? What do they share? How do they come across? 3. How do you feel about the way they are using social media? How does it change your perception of the product and the company? 4. Very quickly present back. (Timing – 10-15 mins, then presentation/discussion) 20
21. 21. Title of presentation 00/00/2013 Student Summer of Innovation 2014 Launch date • Launch Feb/March – closing date 31 May 2014 • You can enter another idea! • Supporting this year’s projects • Email list • Summer School events • Help promote the competition to your peers, institution(s), etc. 21
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