Campus Session 1 BAPP WBS3760 The Final Module5th October 2011<br />Paula Nottingham<br />Rosemary McGuinness<br />Alan Du...
Agenda<br />Introduction/Update<br />Review<br />Group exercises<br />Break<br />Group exercises <br />Plenary<br />Time f...
Introduction/Update<br />UniHub and Trent Park site including the library<br />The Programme Handbook and the BAPP (Art) L...
Final Module 3 Assessment<br />Part 1: The Critical Review<br />primarily written (with illustrations if appropriate) the ...
Date for submitting this semester<br />Submission by 9th Jan 2012 – paper copy posted to Avni and a digital version sent t...
Simple Inquiry<br />Simple inquiry is a cycle that can be entered into again an again.<br />http://www.indiana.edu/~irap/p...
Professional Inquiry<br />Professional Inquiry involves using the inquiry approach to develop knowledge and understanding ...
Professional Inquiry<br />
Professional Inquiry<br />It can be chaotic in certain stages.<br />
Professional Inquiry: the Critical Review<br />The critical review has formal structure.<br />http://www.greek-islands.us/...
Professional Inquiry: the Critical Review<br />Structure is discussed and reflected upon as you present your critical revi...
The Artefact<br />The artifact can show various aspects of what you do.<br />Co-curator of the Gauguin exhibition Christin...
The Artefact<br />The artefact might show something like a curriculum or planning for a performance.<br />http://www.publi...
The Oral Presentation<br />Creating a summary of all that the module has explored and achieved.<br />
1st Group Exercise<br />Group exercises<br />Reviewing your plan…<br />Where are you now? <br />Discuss with the others in...
What can you do to prevent being unable to complete the inquiry activity?<br />Answer: contingency planning<br />Answer?<b...
There are some steps that everyone will experience as a part of the final year of university.<br />You are joining a peer ...
2nd Group Exercise<br />Updating your plan - using the earlier discussion, spend some time clarifying with others what you...
2nd Group ExerciseExamples<br /><ul><li>Action: I need to send my information sheet to my participants and schedule my int...
Action: I need to do my interviews
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Final slideshare 5.10.11 1st Campus Session Module 3 WBS3760

  1. 1. Campus Session 1 BAPP WBS3760 The Final Module5th October 2011<br />Paula Nottingham<br />Rosemary McGuinness<br />Alan Durrant<br />
  2. 2. Agenda<br />Introduction/Update<br />Review<br />Group exercises<br />Break<br />Group exercises <br />Plenary<br />Time for individual questions with Advisers<br />
  3. 3. Introduction/Update<br />UniHub and Trent Park site including the library<br />The Programme Handbook and the BAPP (Art) Libguides <br />Continuing role of the blogs as a way of communication with the BAPP (Arts) network/SIGs<br />Communicating with your adviser and the drafting process should be frequent and meaningful<br />Student cards – paper cards are ok but if you need a new one – send a request and photo id to Avni.<br />
  4. 4. Final Module 3 Assessment<br />Part 1: The Critical Review<br />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)<br />Part 2: The Professional Artefact<br />a product or a work in progress that is created - it can be a document, an event, or an activity - it can be something that informs others in your community of practice or workplace - the artefact should emerge from the inquiry<br />Part 3: The Oral Presentation<br />an in person/ audio-visual demonstration that shows that you have progressed in your ability to show knowledge and understanding that is based on your ‘inquiry’<br />
  5. 5. Date for submitting this semester<br />Submission by 9th Jan 2012 – paper copy posted to Avni and a digital version sent to the new BAPP<br />This is for the Critical Review and Professional Artefact as the Oral Presentations will be due the 30th and 31st January 2012 with morning and/or afternoon sessions to be attended by advisers and BAPP (Arts) peers<br />Digital Submissions: back-up versions of your work. Refer to the module handbooks for any specific assessment criteria<br />THIS YEAR SENT TO: BAPP@mdx.ac.uk<br />Please label these with your name and module code when sent as attachments. Also make sure these are in a readable format (like Word).<br />If completing the module is not possible this term, you need to discuss this with your academic adviser so that they can help you decide on the best course of action. <br />
  6. 6. Simple Inquiry<br />Simple inquiry is a cycle that can be entered into again an again.<br />http://www.indiana.edu/~irap/phase1/intro1.html<br />
  7. 7. Professional Inquiry<br />Professional Inquiry involves using the inquiry approach to develop knowledge and understanding about a topic that has to do with your professional practice.<br />This uses steps and stages to allow the questions to evolve into finding our solutions, creating interventions, developing expertise in particular subject that are valuable to the interface you have with your work. <br />It also involves a personal dimension in that there is a progression in the ability to think through issues and problems using analysis, academic argument (convincing someone of your point of view using evidence) and reflection.<br />
  8. 8. Professional Inquiry<br />
  9. 9. Professional Inquiry<br />It can be chaotic in certain stages.<br />
  10. 10. Professional Inquiry: the Critical Review<br />The critical review has formal structure.<br />http://www.greek-islands.us/athens/parthenon/<br />
  11. 11. Professional Inquiry: the Critical Review<br />Structure is discussed and reflected upon as you present your critical review. <br />http://www.younghackney.org/organisations/all/hackney-shed.php<br />
  12. 12. The Artefact<br />The artifact can show various aspects of what you do.<br />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<br />
  13. 13. The Artefact<br />The artefact might show something like a curriculum or planning for a performance.<br />http://www.publish.csiro.au/multimedia/projects/FINA/sections/sports/sync_home.html<br />
  14. 14. The Oral Presentation<br />Creating a summary of all that the module has explored and achieved.<br />
  15. 15. 1st Group Exercise<br />Group exercises<br />Reviewing your plan…<br />Where are you now? <br />Discuss with the others in your group:1) Your research/inquiry questions and ideas2) Your inquiry title3) Ethical issues that are involved in the inquiry<br /> 4) What you have done so far in terms of researching literature<br /> 5) What you have done so far in terms of gathering data<br />REMEMBER you can use diagrams to and concept mapping to do this<br />
  16. 16. What can you do to prevent being unable to complete the inquiry activity?<br />Answer: contingency planning<br />Answer?<br />Answer?<br />Answer?<br />
  17. 17. There are some steps that everyone will experience as a part of the final year of university.<br />You are joining a peer group who have completed a significant piece of work, albeit yours is based on knowledge and understanding that is linked to the workplace.<br />http://overeng.blogspot.com/2009/09/6-steps-to-completing-your-dissertation.html<br />http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17322/17322-h/v2a.htm<br />
  18. 18. 2nd Group Exercise<br />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<br />
  19. 19. 2nd Group ExerciseExamples<br /><ul><li>Action: I need to send my information sheet to my participants and schedule my interviews
  20. 20. Action: I need to do my interviews
  21. 21. Action: I need to get permission from the Gatekeeper at my workplace
  22. 22. Action: I need to transcribe quotes that I intend to use as evidence
  23. 23. 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</li></li></ul><li>Plenary<br />Points to take away from this session?<br />List 5 things to put on your blog for yourself and others in the BAPP (Arts) community of practice<br />Examples<br />Learning you have received from the SIGS<br />Write a blog and have colleagues external to BAPP comment about some particular topics<br />3. What you are thinking about for an artefact<br />4. Reflecting on your learning for the module<br />5. A final blog explaining your inquiry findings<br />6. Thoughts about your presentation<br />

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