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This workshop is explicitly about learning. We will use Scheffler’s (1965) three-part epistemic typology: the rational, the empirical and the pragmatic to explore the Brookes academic development framework. We aim to expand networks of connection essential to learning (ideas, people and things) so that good practice might be
The workshop will Inform many measures of learning we need to attend to.
Academic development framework (click image to enlarge) Academic development is underpinned by experience and ongoing activity. It has dialogue at its heart, held and sustained by reflective, engaged communities, cultivating intended and unintended outcomes of learning.
The workshop will explore:
The workshop addresses:
This session is for programme or module leads and anyone interested in teaching and learning at all levels in adult, post-compulsory and professional or higher education.
Dr George Roberts, Principal Lecturer, Student Experience.