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Introduction to LSIS Learning Fair and update on LSIS

Introduction to LSIS Learning Fair and update on LSIS

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  • One of a series of new LSIS regional learning fairs. Aimed to provide information, approaches and support that will help you with planning your curriculum and staff development to improve the quality of teaching and learning.
  • AUDIENCE TYPES LSIS ACCOUNTS – ADDITIONAL £1,000 [ LSIS is giving every provider an additional £1000 worth of credit in their LSIS account to mark the start of the new academic year.  The total amount of credit in your LSIS account is for your organisation to spend by 31 March 2011.  Using this   credit gives your organisation access to our services free of charge All Learning and Skills sector providers can now apply for virtual credit in the form of an LSIS account. Each newly activated account will be given a minimum of £2,500 to spend immediately on our services until the end of March 2011, at which point the allocations will be reviewed. ]
  • Exploring what it means to be sector-led Learning Fairs include the following regions: East Midlands – EMCETT London - IfL West Midlands – SUNCETT North East, Yorks and Humber and North West - Newcastle College South West – Learning South West South East and Eastern – JISC
  • Increased sector involvement via regional learning fairs: East Midlands – EMCETT London - IfL West Midlands – SUNCETT [anything about their trial?] North East, Yorks and Humber and North West - Newcastle College South West – Learning South West South East and Eastern – JISC
  • LSIS ACCOUNTS – ADDITIONAL £1,000 [ LSIS is giving every provider an additional £1000 worth of credit in their LSIS account to mark the start of the new academic year.  The total amount of credit in your LSIS account is for your organisation to spend by 31 March 2011.  Using this   credit gives your organisation access to our services free of charge All Learning and Skills sector providers can now apply for virtual credit in the form of an LSIS account. Each newly activated account will be given a minimum of £2,500 to spend immediately on our services until the end of March 2011, at which point the allocations will be reviewed. ]
  • LSIS commitment to Advanced Change Agents – CPD Recognition scheme  
  • These are the Teaching and Learning programmes, all linked through a common purpose of improving the quality of teaching and learning A change agent is an individual who: is recruited prior to implementation of a change; is a well-regarded representative of the area they work in; understands the reasoning behind the change; helps to communicate the excitement, possibilities and details of the change to others within the organisation; has the knowledge, skills and techniques to support their peers to transform the way they work.
  • Anything about the modular approach ? Pathway 1 – Existing advanced change agents supported with online modules, cascade funding, new resources, Cascader, etc Pathway 2 – New advanced change agents – Consultation with the sector to consider the core generic module[s] + electives Pathway 3 – Organisations without change agents – how to support them: ACA directory; Training; CETTs’ training ?
  • FiF: Bids, for up to a maximum of £50,000, will be invited from consortia of provider organisations for projects which are genuinely innovative and which have the potential to significantly enhance the practice and performance of the learning and skills sector. LSIS will particularly welcome bids from providers working through cross-sector and extra-sector consortium arrangements. Bids from individual provider organisations will not be accepted in this funding round. LSIS will continue to encourage innovative bids on a variety of topics that address the strategic priorities of the sector. However, for this funding round we will particularly welcome consortia bids that address specific issues and problems in defined locations – based on the principles of Total Place* (* see ‘guidance on submitting applications’ listed below). STEM subscriber package – potentially 3 per region; details will be sent to subscribers

MarkosTiris  LSIS East England Learning Fair MarkosTiris LSIS East England Learning Fair Presentation Transcript

  • Welcome to the LSIS Learning Fair East and East Midlands Markos Tiris Head of Teaching and Learning, LSIS March 31 st 2011
  • Welcome to your LSIS Learning Fair!
    • An update on LSIS
    • The context of the LSIS learning fairs
    • Who is here today?
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  • LSIS update
    • based in Coventry, with a London presence
    • sector-led body - “accountable the sector”
    • 60% sector delivery
    • LSIS accounts
    • New CEO started January 2011
    • Learning Fairs – delivered by the sector and sector partners including:
    Newcastle College/ Success North CETT JISC RSCs EMCETT SUNCETT SWCETT/ Learning SW IfL
  • Setting the LSIS Learning Fair in context Increased sector involvement Driving improvement in teaching and learning and high quality CPD Ongoing development and training of change agents Funding opportunities to the sector
  • LSIS Learning Fair
    • Update on the Teaching and Learning programme
    • How the teaching and learning programme can:
    • facilitate a refreshed approach to teaching and learning
    • provide a sustainable model for in-house training.
  • Vision of the Teaching and Learning Programme
    • … a programme that:
        • excites participants and produces a refreshed approach to teaching and learning
        • supports the quality improvement strategy within an organisation
        • embeds sustainable practice
        • equips providers to develop their own programmes
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  • LSIS Teaching and Learning programme
    • Change Agents
    • Subject Learning Coaches and Advanced Learning Coaches
    • eCPD PDAs and Advanced PDAs
    • eCPD E-Guides and Advanced E-Guides
    • Regional STEM Centres for (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics)
    • In partnership with:
    • The Institute for Learning (IfL)
    • Centres for Excellence in Teacher Training (CETTs)
    • NSLC, NCETM, RAEng and many more!
  • Regional Stem Centres Region Lead contractor Sector partner(s) Other partner(s) North West Wirral Metropolitan College Fusion partnership; Merseyside Colleges Partnership North East myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) Redcar & Cleveland College National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) Royal Academy of Engineering (RAEng) Yorks & Humber myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) North Lindsey College West Midlands myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) Birmingham Metropolitan College East Midlands myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) Loughborough College East of England myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) College of West Anglia South West myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) Petroc College South East myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) Sussex Downs College London myscience.co ltd (Science Learning Centre) City & Islington College
  • 30 Hr CPD and Professional formation requirements
    • Everything produced as part of the Teaching and Learning Programme will help you to address the 3 elements of CPD set out by IfL:
        • updating a subject specialism
        • refreshing teaching approaches
        • institutional needs and national policy context
    • The approach provides you with the tools and resources to pass on knowledge and enthusiasm to colleagues, ensuring that a refreshed approach to teaching and cascades throughout your organisation.
    LSIS peer to peer model using Advanced Change Agents Advanced Learning Coach Subject Learning Coach Practitioner Advanced PDA PDA Advanced E-guide E-Guide
  • Funding opportunities 2010-11 TITLE PURPOSE MAX DEADLINE Number of applications T&L regional Cascade training Cascade training for a minimum of 10 change agents £1,000 November to January 80+ STEM Cascade training/STEM CPD STEM Cascade training for a minimum of 10 change agents/Improving teaching and learning in 1+ subjects £1,000 29 October + phase 2 (TBC) 109 [67] Step up in STEM subscriber grants STEM action research projects in various priority areas £5,000 5 November 44 [49] STEM subscriber grants Wider organisation issues/Collaborative projects £10,000 Ongoing from Dec 31 [14] Teaching and Learning Whole Organisation bids to improve teaching and learning- collaboration £10,000 December 2010 76 [10] Teaching and Learning through technology Whole Organisation bids to improve teaching and learning through technology £10,000 December 2010 143 [21]
  • Thank you LSIS RDMs Sue Yeomans Head of Service [email_address] 07831 513 039 Sue Blake West Midlands [email_address] 07920 710 584 Jo Higgins North West [email_address] 07770 488 854 Lorna Freakley East Midlands lorna.freakley@lsis.org.uk 07799 478 215 Abigail Lammas London abigail.lammas@lsis.org.uk 07825 933774 Pamela Lumsden South East pamela.lumsden@lsis.org.uk 07825 933 771 Paul Cook North East paul.cook@lsis.org.uk 07825 933 775 Sylvia Gentleman East England sylvia.gentleman@lsis.org.uk 07919 101 416 Deborah Rusbridge South West deborah.rusbridge@lsis.org.uk 07825 933 772 Colin Forrest Yorks and Humber [email_address] 07795 496262