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The Power of Storytelling: Creative ideas for personal tutoring in the new normal

Tuesday 21st July 2020 BST

Tuesday 21st July 2020Tuesday 21st July 2020

A collaborative event hosted by UKAT and PebblePad

 

About the webinar

Purposeful personal tutoring is a proactive, intentionally structured process which focuses on student growth and development. With UK universities continuing to adapt to a post-COVID world, and with the Higher Education sector looking ahead to a new academic year, it can come as little surprise that personal tutoring is featuring high on the priority list of many institutions. Offering an effective way to stay in touch with students working remotely, and a purposeful and structured means of helping students grow and flourish, personal tutoring can help students differentiate themselves in a highly competitive job market. This event will explore the benefits of supporting and encouraging students to tell their story effectively and demonstrate how flipped approaches to personal tutoring, supported by eportfolio, can make a significant difference to both student and institutional outcomes.

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Welcome week and beyond - a PebblePad webinar

Wednesday 1st July 2020 BST

Wednesday 1st July 2020Wednesday 1st July 2020

Welcoming students, new and returning, offering engaging and authentic ways to support and manage transition, wellbeing and study via digital workbooks, need not be an ambition resigned to your pedagogical wish list.  These practices are already a reality for a global PebblePad community which continues to blaze new trails in the way learning, teaching, tutoring and assessment is designed and delivered.  With many of these practices not just becoming more relevant, but essential in light of the 'new normal', our 60-minute Welcome Week and Beyond webinar will share ten diverse examples of this trailblazing practice. 

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The PebblePad Webinar Series - Supporting Planning and Preparing for Projects

Tuesday 16th June 2020 GMT

Tuesday 16th June 2020Tuesday 16th June 2020

A series of expert webinars and resources to help you personalise and manage online learning at scale.

In our series of expert webinars we'll be looking at how universities can develop practical and personal approaches to help manage the likes of induction, personal tutoring and planning and preparing for projects. We'll also be providing access to a bank of ready-made and ready-to-go resources. 

WEBINAR 3: SUPPORTING PLANNING & PREPARING FOR PROJECTS
BROADCAST DATE: 16th June 2020, 11:00am BST

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The PebblePad Webinar Series - Supporting Personal Tutoring

Friday 12th June 2020 GMT

Friday 12th June 2020Friday 12th June 2020

A series of expert webinars and resources to help you personalise and manage online learning at scale.

In our series of expert webinars we'll be looking at how universities can develop practical and personal approaches to help manage the likes of induction, personal tutoring and planning and preparing for projects. We'll also be providing access to a bank of ready-made and ready-to-go resources. 

WEBINAR 2: SUPPORTING PERSONAL TUTORING
BROADCAST DATE: 12th June 2020, 11:00am BST

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The PebblePad Webinar Series - Supporting Induction

Wednesday 10th June 2020 BST

Wednesday 10th June 2020Wednesday 10th June 2020

A series of expert webinars and resources to help you personalise and manage online learning at scale.

In our series of expert webinars we'll be looking at how universities can develop practical and personal approaches to help manage the likes of induction, personal tutoring and planning and preparing for projects. We'll also be providing access to a bank of ready-made and ready-to-go resources.

WEBINAR 1: SUPPORTING INDUCTION
BROADCAST DATE: 10th June 2020, 11:00am BST

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PebblePad Workbooks in STEM – stories from two ends of the student journey

Thursday 30th April 2020 AEST

Thursday 30th April 2020Thursday 30th April 2020

Presenters: Christopher Love, Senior Lecturer and Alison White, Senior Lecturer and Program Director, Griffith University

About the Webinar: 

Chris's Presentation: Embedding study plans and learning strategies for enhancing student success in first year

Student success and retention is of the utmost importance in higher education, particularly for large first year courses (>300 students) in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines which involve understanding complex concepts and navigating a high level of content. With an increasingly diverse range of students and a high percentage of ‘first in family’, we can no longer assume that students have the appropriate skills to successfully transition through higher education. Therefore, developing students’ metacognitive skills (through developing study plans) should be a key strategy for their transition through university. First-year biochemistry students created study plans in PebblePad workbooks using effective learning strategies, performance evaluation and reflection to encourage self-regulated learning and improve success. This webinar will highlight the need for embedding effective learning strategies to enhance student success, the creativity displayed by students, and the importance of student self-reflection to identifying their own strengths and weaknesses.

Alison's Presentation: Creating Digital Reflective Narratives on clinical placement

Students enrolled in the Graduate Diploma of Clinical Physiology (a 2 semester professional postgraduate program for biomedical science graduates) undertake twelve weeks of full time work integrated learning in the clinical environment as part of their degree requirements.  PebblePad was used by these students to create a digital narrative of their affective learning and behavioural responses whilst undertaking their clinical placement.  The PebblePad workbooks involved the use of structured writing by students which is guided by prompts to trigger reflective writing and regular feedback from the teaching team.  This webinar will focus on discussing how students were encouraged to create a digital narrative of their experience incorporating creative elements such as drawings to express their feelings of their responses to their experiences, and how this promoted students to gain a deeper level of self-awareness which subsequently builds resilience. 

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Special Interest Group Webinar - Degree Apprenticeships - CMDA End Point Assessment

Wednesday 12th February 2020 GMT

Wednesday 12th February 2020Wednesday 12th February 2020

Topic: CMDA End Point Assessment 

Presenter: Emma Purnell, Senior Digital Learning Designer, University of Plymouth

About the webinar

At the University of Plymouth, we have been running a Level 6 Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA) for about 3 years. In December 2019, we had our first group of students complete their degree and receive their Chartered Management Institute Apprenticeship accreditation after going through their end-point assessment with assessors from the CMI.

The webinar will focus on the design and implementation of our End Point Assessment (EPA) portfolio in PebblePad. It will look at the process we put in place to help students collate, tag and streamline the evidence that they would then attach to their EPA portfolio. Our portfolio approach focussed on how to present the evidence needed mapped against the CMDA standards within a PebblePad workbook in the most straightforward way we could for learners and assessors. We used a combination of collections, checklists and reflective text boxes to provide a structure in which learners could piece together the evidence needed.

The webinar will discuss the challenges and changes that we made to the EPA portfolio over time (and there were a few!). It will also go through the feedback we received from students, tutors and CMI Assessors on the process and the portfolio. It will discuss what went well, what we have learned and what we might do differently for the next cohort.

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