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Pedagogy experts group meeting: march 2005

Understanding my learning

Date Friday 18 March 2005
Venue Aston Business School, Aston University, Birmingham 

Summary of the meeting [word]


10:15 Registration and tea/coffee on arrival
10:30 Welcome – Peter Findlay, Chair of the e-Learning and Pedagogy Steering Group
10:45 Understanding my Learningcontext and overview – Helen Beetham, Consultant to the e-Learning and Pedagogy programme
11:15 Scoping the consultation with learners Rhona Sharpe, Project Leader, Learner Experience Scoping study
11:45 Feedback, questions and plenary discussion
12:15 Consultation session 1: The learner experience of e-learning what do we already know? (Groups facilitated by members of the project team)
12:45 Lunch
1:30 Consultation session 2: What do we need to find out from learners? How? (Groups facilitated by members of the project team)
2:15 Feedback and plenary discussion
2:45  Coffee
3:00 Designing for Learning: update and communication strategy – Sarah Knight, Programme Manager
The following papers were refered to in this update: Analysis of the LAMS pre-training questionnaires, Liz Masterman, Oxford University. Report on Effective Practice with e-Learning. Pedagogy Strand Winter Update
3:15 Expert insight – using Effective Practice with e-Learning - Alice Bird, Liverpool John Moore’s University
3.45 Round-up and future plans - Survey of the Experts Group
4:00 Close

Proposed dates of future meetings in 2005

  • Tuesday 14 June 2005 – London
  • Wednesday 5th October 2005 – Venue to be confirmed

If you have any questions regarding the meeting please contact Sarah Knight, Programme Manager.