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Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
Final 7.2.12 1st campus session 3760
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  • 1. Campus Session 1 BAPP WBS3760 The Final Module 7 th February 2012 Paula Nottingham Adesola Akinleye
  • 2. IMPORTANT REMINDERS
    • UniHub and Trent Park site including the library
    • The Programme Handbook and the BAPP (Art) Libguides
    • The Addendum Page information for scheduling feedback.
    • Continuing role of the blogs as a way of communication with the BAPP (Arts) network/SIGs (peers and work colleagues)
    • Communicating with your adviser and the drafting process needs to be purposeful and on time – especially with the written feedback stage of the critical review
  • 3. Final Module 3 Assessment Part 1: The Critical Review primarily written (with illustrations if appropriate) the process of investigating a topic using social science and sector based approaches – a process that shows analysis that has implications for your practice (practitioner research) Part 2: The Professional Artefact a product or a work in progress that is created – it can document an event or activity, it can be something that informs others in your community of practice or workplace Part 3: The Oral Presentation an in person and audio-visual demonstration that shows that you have progressed in your ability to show knowledge and understanding that is based on your ‘inquiry’
  • 4. Date for submitting this semester 14 th May 2012 submit a paper copy of the Critical Review and Professional Artefact by 4pm to Avni Shah at Trent Park AND send digital copies by midnight to [email_address] . The Oral Presentation is set for Monday the 28 th May. Digital Submissions: back-up versions of your work so that it can be second marked and in case posted version are late getting to us. Refer to the module handbooks for any specific assessment criteria. Larger digital files need to be sent on a CD or mounted on a service like skydrive or drop box. (if this is not possible - you need to discuss this with your academic adviser so that they can help you decide on the best course of action) Please label these with your name and module code when sent as attachments. Also make sure these are in a readable format (like Word).
  • 5. Dates for Formative Feedback- (see Addendum Sheet for Module 3 Handbook found on BAPP (Arts) Libguide) Week 1 (6 Feb) 1 st Campus Session 7/2/12 (10am -1pm) Week 2 Formative feedback – after looking at your adviser feedback from Module 2 – students send a 1 page summary to you adviser with our inquiry title, your research/inquiry questions and ideas, ethical issues, literature, changes to your plan… etc. Week 3 continue blogging and oral formative feedback Week 4 2 nd Campus Session 1/3/12 (10am-1pm) Week 5 March Writing Day 8/3/12 (11-2) with Peter Thomas from the Middlesex University Learning Development Unit (all Modules TBC) Week 6 12/3/12 Students send adviser 1-2 paragraphs as a sample of your inquiry analysis. Formative feedback will be given on the structure, the quality of the arguments and the quality of the supporting evidence discussed Week 7 3 rd Campus Session 23/3/12 (10am-1pm)
  • 6. Dates for Formative Feedback (contin) Week 8 26/3/12 Students send adviser the first two sections of your critical review in draft form ( Introduction, Evaluation ) AND 1 page description explaining plans for your professional artefact for written formative feedback (some advisers might ask for this after Easter). EASTER HOLIDAY (weeks starting 2 nd April and 9 th April) Week 9 continue blogging and oral formative feedback Week 10 23/4/12 Students send to advisers the last two sections of your Critical Review (Analysis and Critical Reflection) in draft for written feedback Week 11 continue blogging and oral formative feedback (i.e. artefact) Week 12 continue blogging and oral formative feedback 14 th May 2012 submit a paper copy of the Critical Review and Professional Artefact by 4pm to Avni Shah at Trent Park AND send digital copies by midnight to [email_address] . The Oral Presentation is set for Monday 28 th May.
  • 7. Suggestions for blogs/SIG activity (please do at least 6 blogs for the semester)
    • Updates on inquiry progress and sharing discoveries
    • Reviews of campus sessions
    • Commentary on discussions with your peers and SIGs
    • Reflections on working collaboratively using social media
    • A conversation with professional externals to the BAPP (Arts) network – put up their thoughts or have them comment
  • 8. Suggestions for blogs/SIG activity
    • 6. Thoughts about your artefact – what is it and who is your audience – is is a product or a work in progress?
    • 7. An evaluation of your processes for doing the inquiry – i.e. the tools you have used
    • 8. Summary of your main project findings in 100 words or less, what do you think is the main benefit of your findings
    • 9. Critical reflection on your learning across the BAPP (Arts) course.
    • 10. Thoughts and plans for your oral presentation
  • 9. Simple Inquiry http://www.indiana.edu/~irap/phase1/intro1.html
  • 10. Professional Inquiry Time management and planning is important with the professional inquiry.
  • 11. Stages and steps to completing module
  • 12. Professional Inquiry: the Critical Review http://www.greek-islands.us/athens/parthenon/ The critical review has formal structure and critical thinking.
  • 13. The Artefact Co-curator of the Gauguin exhibition Christine Riding talking about 'Oviri' during filming for the Tate's short film on the artisthttp://blog.tate.org.uk/?p=3179 The professional artefact explains and talks about objects, events and professional work.
  • 14. The Artefact http://www.publish.csiro.au/multimedia/projects/FINA/sections/sports/sync_home.html The artefact can be your planning for work-related workshops, events, business projects etc. it can be a product unto itself or a work in progress…
  • 15. 1st Group Exercise
    • Group exercises
    • Reviewing your plan… Focusing elements of your plan with adviser feedback early in the semester- this week or next
    • Where are you now?
      • Discuss with the others in your group: 1) Your inquiry title? 2) Your research/inquiry questions and ideas? 3) Ethical issues ? Ethical approval has now gone through the A&E WBL Sub-board 2/2/12 – discuss with your adviser how to proceed.
    • 4) What you have done so far in terms of researching literature?
    • 5) How has your plan changed?
    • REMEMBER you can use diagrams to and concept mapping to do this
  • 16. 2nd Group Exercise
      • Updating your plan - using the earlier discussion, spend some time clarifying with others what you need to do now, and establish some action points that can be discussed with your adviser
  • 17. 2nd Group Exercise Examples
      • Action: I need to review my literature and complete this by adding sources that will inform my analysis of my topic – maybe that have academic arguments that are not in agreement with each other
      • Action: I need to send my information sheet to my participants and schedule my interviews
      • Action I need to plan and put up my survey
      • Action: I need to do my interviews
      • Action: I need to gather documents that inform my inquiry
      • Action: I need to get permission from the Gatekeeper at my workplace
      • Action: I need to review my personal journal for data that is relevant to my inquiry
  • 18. Plenary
    • Points to take away from this session?
    • List 5 things to put on your blog for yourself and others in the BAPP (Arts) community of practice.
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