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Brazilian delegation January 2016


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Presentation by A. Armellini and R. Maxwell to the Brazilian delegation at Northampton on 19 January 2016

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Brazilian delegation January 2016

  1. 1. Learning and Teaching at Northampton Professor Ale Armellini Dr Rachel Maxwell @alejandroa | @DrRachLTB 1
  2. 2. Overview 1. Getting to know you 2. Conceptualisations of teaching 3. University of Northampton strategy 4. Quality Enhancement at Northampton 5. ChANGE – Graduate Attributes 6. Staff Development – a Needs Based Approach 7. Q&A
  3. 3. Transforming lives, inspiring change @alejandroa 3
  4. 4. Responsive-reactive Radical- innovative Developmental- incremental Good practice based on identified needs & evidence Innovative ideas backed up by evidence of need From niche to mainstream enhancement Innovative approaches aligned with organisational culture and needs Quality enhancement @alejandroa 4 Quality Enhancement at Northampton
  5. 5. Responsive-reactive Data-driven Radical- innovative Pilots with higher risk Developmental- incremental Practice-based, reflective, low-risk From niche to mainstream enhancement Quality Enhancement at Northampton
  6. 6. ChANGE The University of Northampton is committed to developing knowledgeable graduates, who are socially responsible, digitally proficient and highly employable global citizens - the Changemakers of the future.
  7. 7. Understanding Self-Direction Self-Direction On completion of Level 6, our students use evidence, analysis and critical reflection to achieve and encourage others to generate positive, values-driven impact for themselves and their communities. Leadership Students are responsible and accountable decision makers, who apply strategies to inspire others and secure commitment to effect sustainable change. Self-Management Students reflect on and evaluate their skills, take responsibility for their learning and proactively plan for personal and professional continuous development.
  8. 8. UKPSF Dimensions of Practice Areas of Activity Professional Values Core Knowledge
  9. 9. UKPSF Dimensions of Practice What I do What I stand for What I know
  10. 10. The BPSF Áreas de atividade Valores profissionais Conhecimento núcleo
  11. 11. Meeting Staff Development Needs Identified Staff Need • I am new to teaching in HE. Where do I start? • I need to improve student retention. How can I help my students succeed? • I need to develop my skills for online / distance learning – Help! Workshop • HE Survival Plus • Personal Academic Tutors Supporting Student Success • Collaborative Learning Experiences Online (CLEO)
  12. 12. Practical Courses (‘New Teacher’) < Level 7 EdD modules Level 8 Associate Fellow Senior Fellow EdD Peer Review Mentoring Scholarship Level 8 Practical courses: (new and existing staff), aligned with UKPSF < Level 7 Fellow PGCAP 60 credits Level 7 Qualifications Development in: Mentoring, Leadership, Policy, Research Supervision, etc (new and existing staff), aligned with UKPSF Level 7
  13. 13. CAIeRO (Course Re-design Workshop) blueprint storyboard prototype check reality review @alejandroa 13 Plan + action
  14. 14. Why: to design a great course, fast @alejandroa 14
  15. 15. @alejandroa 15
  16. 16. The resource is not the course @alejandroa 16
  17. 17. Content dump vs learning pathway Trawl through stuff vs use a scaffold Hidden learning outcomes vs explicit alignment Chaos vs structure Push content vs engage Upload vs design Resource vs course Deliver vs teach @alejandroa 17