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Evaluating Student Experience in Industry Projects: Workshop 25 Feb 2015 14:00 to 15:30

Date:  Wednesday 25 Feb 2015 14:00 to 15:30, Room 404, LCC, Elephant and Castle, SE1 6SB

 

Who is this for?
Relevant for teaching staff, course leaders and programme directors, but any staff member is most welcome to join in this informative session. These workshops are simply to help you use the questionnaire on Moodle to support delivery of live industry projects.

Summary
Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE) and Centre for Learning and Teaching (CLTAD) have developed a questionnaire on Moodle for evaluating students’ engagement in industry projects to support learning and innovation in teaching when designing the curriculum for live projects with industry.
 
This questionnaire can help course teams to evaluate the impact of industry projects, enhance enterprise and employability and also inform curriculum design and learning and teaching strategies on how to measure student experience.  The workshop is intended as a discussion with tutors to reflect on their design and support of industry projects.
 
What will participants take away from the session?
Tutors and students are often negotiating a series of tensions that come to the fore in the setting up and running of industry projects. The questionnaire developed from from the 2013 UAL research project Students’ Engagement in Industry Projects is intended as reflection for students and a resource for tutors who wish to reflect on their design and support of industry projects.   
 
The questionnaire would not stand alone, SEE and CLTAD will work with tutors to support a pedagogic opportunity to enhance discussion with students on their experience.
 
Booking
Please reserve your place via this booking form.

Other information
Refreshments will be provided.
Please bring your laptop or tablet if you have one.
 
Further information
This workshop series has been organised by Ellen Hanceri, Academic Coordinator for Student Enterprise and Employability (SEE).  Feel free to email Ellen (e.hanceri@lcc.arts.ac.uk) if you want to know more.
 
More information about SEE.

 

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