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Change Agents’ Network EventBirmingham
17/03/2015
@CANagogy #JiscCAN http://can.jiscinvolve.org
Welcome to our 3rd CAN networking event
» Housekeeping
» Wifi code wifi8025 and extension cables
» Using the hash tag #Jis...
CAN team
Sarah Knight, Senior
co-design manager, Jisc
@sarahknight
PeterChatterton,
CAN Consultant
@balham
Simon Walker,
H...
Event aims
» To facilitate the sharing of practice from students working as change agents, and
students working in partner...
Andy McGregor
Deputy Chief Innovation Officer
Icebreaker
»Introduce yourself to someone you don’t know on your
table and share the following:
»On a yellow post-it recor...
Background and context
» NUS Student Engagement model
» Use this model to evaluate your current
student engagement practic...
Importance of working in partnership
‘In order for universities to foster more inclusive learning environments, we
believe...
A potted history of CAN
» Jisc Curriculum design and delivery projects
(2008-2012) – students as change agents
» Jisc Deve...
http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy
» The Change agents’ network supports students working as change
agents, digital pion...
Launching the Journal of
Educational innovation,
partnership and change
http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy
» A peer-revi...
http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy
» The award supports staff and students working in partnership on
curriculum innovati...
CANLearn
»Mark to add slide on APL of event to SEDA award
» Download the app from
www.doubledutch.me/download/change-agents-network, or
search ‘Jisc events’ on the app store
» Sele...
Surveys Surveys:
» Throughout the Change
Agents’ Network there will
be various surveys for
different sessions.You can
find...
Ideas Wall - have your say
What one thing should CAN do to
support student-staff partnership
working or you in your role a...
Reflection point – use
your reflection form
to note down actions
for your return to
your college or
university
For all event resources and reflections:
http://can.jiscinvolve.org
Enhancing the student digital experience
New online guide available
from:
jisc.ac.uk/guides/enhancing-
the-student-digital...
Find out more…
Change Agents’ Network:
Sarah.knight@jisc.ac.uk
http://can.jiscinvolve.org
Follow us @CANagogy
can@jiscmail...
Principles of Student Engagement (NUS) – sharing
the work fromThe Student Engagement
Partnership (TSEP) on the principles ...
Survey results: http://bit.ly/1bbMumL
Relating the principles of student engagement to
your own context
Paul Chapman, Birmingham City University Students Union ...
Reflections
Session chair: SimonWalker
Reflection point – use
your reflection form
to note down actions
for your return to
your college or
university
Sharing our experiences
Session chair: SimonWalker
When visiting projects
» 2 min pitches from projects followed by 5-6 15 minute
sessions
» Please record on the Delegate re...
Reflection point – use
your reflection form
to note down actions
for your return to
your college or
university
Shaping the Jisc Change Agents’ Network – what
support do you need, what should CAN’s priorities
be, what can you offer th...
Group activity
»What support could the Jisc Change Agents Network
offer you with supporting the implementation of staff-
s...
Group activity
»What support could the Jisc Change Agents Network
offer you with supporting the implementation of staff-
s...
Surveys Surveys:
» Throughout the Change
Agents’ Network there will
be various surveys for
different sessions.You can
find...
Survey results: http://bit.ly/1bbMumL
Change Agents’ Network – what we offer
» Ellen Lessner: ChangeAgents’ Network webinar series
» Mark Kerrigan: SEDA CAN Ins...
What one thing…
»What one thing can the Jisc Change Agents’ Network do
to support student-staff partnership working/studen...
Survey results: http://bit.ly/1bbMumL
Close of day 1 – dinner at RepTheatre @ 7 pm
Padlet: http://padlet.com/sarahknight/CAN
Tweet: @CANagogy #JiscCAN
IdeasWall...
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Day 1 Change Agents' Network Event Birmingham March 17-18

  1. 1. Change Agents’ Network EventBirmingham 17/03/2015 @CANagogy #JiscCAN http://can.jiscinvolve.org
  2. 2. Welcome to our 3rd CAN networking event » Housekeeping » Wifi code wifi8025 and extension cables » Using the hash tag #JiscCan and follow us on @Canagogy » CAN Event app » Permissions for photographs » Share your views – video and audio reflections with Chris and Scott and Peter » Delegate packs » Expenses claim
  3. 3. CAN team Sarah Knight, Senior co-design manager, Jisc @sarahknight PeterChatterton, CAN Consultant @balham Simon Walker, Head of Academic Development, University of Greenwich @sialker Dr Mark Kerrigan, Director ofTL&A Faculty of Health, Social Care & Education Anglia Ruskin University @MarkKerrigan Ellen Lessner, CAN C0-ordinator @levellearninguk Clare Killen, CAN Consultant @clareJK Paul Bailey, Senior co-design manager, Jisc
  4. 4. Event aims » To facilitate the sharing of practice from students working as change agents, and students working in partnership with staff on technology related change projects across further and higher education » To identify the barriers and celebrate successes in implementing such projects in an institutional context » To discuss the principles for effective student engagement and partnership working in a digital context » To explore the role of change agents/champions/pioneers and what skills are required for such roles » To capture effective practice to feed into the ongoing development of the Jisc Student PartnershipToolkit » To further develop and expand the Jisc ChangeAgents’ Network and explore ways in which the network can support students and staff with their partnership working
  5. 5. Andy McGregor Deputy Chief Innovation Officer
  6. 6. Icebreaker »Introduce yourself to someone you don’t know on your table and share the following: »On a yellow post-it record: › Why are you here, what do you want to take away from the event »On a pink post-it: › Write down one challenge you experience in implementing staff-student partnership working in your college or university
  7. 7. Background and context » NUS Student Engagement model » Use this model to evaluate your current student engagement practices » http://www.nusconnect.org.uk/campaign s/highereducation/student- engagement/toolkit/ » HEA Engagement through partnership: students as partners in learning and teaching in higher education - https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/engageme nt-through-partnership-students- partners-learning-and-teaching-higher- education
  8. 8. Importance of working in partnership ‘In order for universities to foster more inclusive learning environments, we believe that students must be empowered as active and participatory agents, not as mere consumers, so that they can articulate their own conceptions of what makes good learning environments, and work in partnership with academics and administrators to realise these conceptions.’ The 2014 NUS Report, Radical interventions in teaching and learning Report available from http://bit.ly/1EjAtmt
  9. 9. A potted history of CAN » Jisc Curriculum design and delivery projects (2008-2012) – students as change agents » Jisc Developing digital literacies projects (2011-2013) – digital pioneers, co- researchers, student fellows - http://bit.ly/1aZunJW » First networking event at University of Greenwich- December 2012 » Second event at University of Winchester – February 2014
  10. 10. http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy » The Change agents’ network supports students working as change agents, digital pioneers, student fellows and students working in partnership with staff on technology related change projects » Over 250 members subscribed to the CAN community mailing list » Facilitates the sharing of best practice through › Face to face networking events › CAN monthly webinar series › CAN case studies – launch of 2 institutional case studies » Student partnership toolkit What is the Change agents’ network (CAN)?
  11. 11. Launching the Journal of Educational innovation, partnership and change http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy » A peer-reviewed online journal that welcomes articles, case studies and opinion pieces relating to learning, teaching and assessment within the context of students and staff as change agents or working in partnership » http://bit.ly/Jisccanjournal
  12. 12. http://can.jiscinvolve.org @CANagogy » The award supports staff and students working in partnership on curriculum innovation projects in UK further education and skills and higher education » Pilot course has over 90 participants registered and runs from March – June 2015 with next cohort opening for registration in September » Two modules – module 1 is formative and online through Moodle with module 2 assessed by portfolio and should be taken whilst completing a partnership or change project » ContactMark Kerrigan for more information: Mark.Kerrigan@anglia.ac.uk SEDA accredited Jisc Institutional Change Leader award
  13. 13. CANLearn
  14. 14. »Mark to add slide on APL of event to SEDA award
  15. 15. » Download the app from www.doubledutch.me/download/change-agents-network, or search ‘Jisc events’ on the app store » Select the option for your operating system » Sign in with the email that you used to register forCAN » Use the password ‘CAN2015’ » Speak to Katie or Jane if you have any problems How to engage with the event
  16. 16. Surveys Surveys: » Throughout the Change Agents’ Network there will be various surveys for different sessions.You can find and complete these under the ‘surveys’ tab when instructed.
  17. 17. Ideas Wall - have your say What one thing should CAN do to support student-staff partnership working or you in your role as a student change agent?Share your reflections on the Ideas wall What One thing? Padlet: http://padlet.com/sarahknight/CAN #JiscCAN
  18. 18. Reflection point – use your reflection form to note down actions for your return to your college or university
  19. 19. For all event resources and reflections: http://can.jiscinvolve.org
  20. 20. Enhancing the student digital experience New online guide available from: jisc.ac.uk/guides/enhancing- the-student-digital-experience
  21. 21. Find out more… Change Agents’ Network: Sarah.knight@jisc.ac.uk http://can.jiscinvolve.org Follow us @CANagogy can@jiscmail.ac.uk visit www.jiscmail.ac.uk/CAN Except where otherwise noted, this work is licensed under CC-BY-NC-ND
  22. 22. Principles of Student Engagement (NUS) – sharing the work fromThe Student Engagement Partnership (TSEP) on the principles for effective student engagement Ellie Russell,The Student Engagement Partnership (TESEP), NUS
  23. 23. Survey results: http://bit.ly/1bbMumL
  24. 24. Relating the principles of student engagement to your own context Paul Chapman, Birmingham City University Students Union and Ellie Russell, The Student Engagement Partnership, NUS
  25. 25. Reflections Session chair: SimonWalker
  26. 26. Reflection point – use your reflection form to note down actions for your return to your college or university
  27. 27. Sharing our experiences Session chair: SimonWalker
  28. 28. When visiting projects » 2 min pitches from projects followed by 5-6 15 minute sessions » Please record on the Delegate response cards: › Provide examples of related practice (record something you are doing that is similar) › How will you deal with challenges? (record issues and possible solutions) › Emerging ideas (record new ideas) » Pin up these cards on the poster boards
  29. 29. Reflection point – use your reflection form to note down actions for your return to your college or university
  30. 30. Shaping the Jisc Change Agents’ Network – what support do you need, what should CAN’s priorities be, what can you offer the network? CAN project team
  31. 31. Group activity »What support could the Jisc Change Agents Network offer you with supporting the implementation of staff- student partnership working/working as a student change agent in your institution? »What can you contribute to the Change Agents’ Network?
  32. 32. Group activity »What support could the Jisc Change Agents Network offer you with supporting the implementation of staff- student partnership working/working as a student change agent in your institution? »What can you contribute to the Change Agents’ Network? › Record on post-its and share top support requirement using survey in CAN App
  33. 33. Surveys Surveys: » Throughout the Change Agents’ Network there will be various surveys for different sessions.You can find and complete these under the ‘surveys’ tab when instructed. » Select Shaping the Change Agents’ Network (1) survey
  34. 34. Survey results: http://bit.ly/1bbMumL
  35. 35. Change Agents’ Network – what we offer » Ellen Lessner: ChangeAgents’ Network webinar series » Mark Kerrigan: SEDA CAN InstitutionalChange Leader Award » SimonWalker: Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change » Clare Killen:ChangeAgents’ Network Case studies of institutional practice » Peter Chatterton: Student PartnershipToolkit » Paul Bailey: Engagement of employers in the ChangeAgents’ Network and student projects
  36. 36. What one thing… »What one thing can the Jisc Change Agents’ Network do to support student-staff partnership working/student-led change agency projects within your institution? »What one thing can you do to support student-staff partnership working/student-led change agency projects within your institution? › Complete the card › Submit via the survey in the CAN app › Use the padlet: http://padlet.com/sarahknight/CAN
  37. 37. Survey results: http://bit.ly/1bbMumL
  38. 38. Close of day 1 – dinner at RepTheatre @ 7 pm Padlet: http://padlet.com/sarahknight/CAN Tweet: @CANagogy #JiscCAN IdeasWall Reflection Form

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