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Delivered both for a PriDE Cluster meeting and for Exchange! 2013. Both events were held at the University of Bath.

Delivered both for a PriDE Cluster meeting and for Exchange! 2013. Both events were held at the University of Bath.

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  • 1. Introducing Digital Practiceinto The Bath AwardNitin ParmarLearning Technologist[ Tuesday 26 March 2013 ]go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmare-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 2. Introductiongo.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar• Established in 2008• Funding and support provided by Santander Universities• Open to both undergraduates and postgraduates• Appears on degree transcript• Free enrolment onto the schemee-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 3. Aim of The Bath Awardgo.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar• To recognise the achievements of students engaged in extra-curricular activities.• To accredit the skills that students develop from their extra-curricular experiences• To enable students to articulate and self reflect on their skillsdevelopment in preparation for employmente-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 4. Requirementsgo.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar• Complete a minimum of 100 hours actively engaged in extra curricularactivity• Attend four Skills Training Sessions• Evidence of development of six elements of Skills Competency Framework• CV, covering letter and job description• One of the following:1. Consideration of and reflection on career choices2. Research of a job-hunting strategy for a chosen career3. A personal assessment of their job interview performancee-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 5. Skills Competency Frameworkgo.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar1. Students self assess at the beginning and end of process2. Students refer to the framework when reflecting on their activities3. Used as the assessment criteria by assessorse-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 6. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmare-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 7. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmare-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 8. Digital Practicego.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar• Introduce an optional element into The Bath Award to cover corecompetencies and skills linked to digital literacies.• Used Digital Literacy Statements [developed by Faculty LearningCommunities] and terms associated with Blooms Taxonomy ofLearning to inform criteria.e-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office
  • 9. go.bath.ac.uk/nitin | @nrparmar• Level 1Functional Access; I have access to...Bloom: Remembering; self• Level 2Skills, Personal Capabilities; I can...Bloom: Understanding; selfe-Learning teamLearning & Teaching Enhancement Office• Level 3Practices, Ways of thinking and acting; I am able...)Bloom: Analysing, Applying; working with people• Level 4Attributes, Identities; I amBloom: Evaluating, Creating; working with people
  • 10. Nitin Parmar CMALT FHEA MBCSLearning TechnologistN.R.Parmar@bath.ac.uk | +44 (0)1225 384 392go.bath.ac.uk/nitintwitter.com/nrparmarlinkedin.com/in/nrparmarcolligo.wordpress.comslideshare.net/nrparmardelicious.com/nrparmarBanff, AB, CanadaImage © 2012 Nitin Parmar