• Student Engagement: What does it mean? What does it look like?


    Time Activity Location
    9.00 - 9.30 Coffee and registration Atrium, Abercrombie Building
    9.30 - 10.00

    Unconference beginnings - What does 'student engagement' mean to you?

    Questions and answers with representatives of different forms of student engagement

    Welcome, Prof John Raftery, PVC Student Experience

    Main Lecture Theatre
    10.00 - 10.45

    e-Pioneer partnerships: Pioneering partnerships for digital literacy

    Rauri Pountain, Lizzie Fraser and Richard Francis, with e-Pioneers


    You live and learn: A pedagogical case for live projects

    Jane Anderson with Jonathan Shmulevitch

    Project based learning in first year Mathematics: embedding information and digital literacies

    Rachel Long, Dan Croft and students


    Crossing Boundaries: Student and Staff Engagement, Interaction and Experiences

    This panel discussion examines undergraduate learning in Religion and Theology

    Dominic Corrywright, Mary Foy, Nigel Sharp

    10.50 - 11.25

    The art of lecturing without lecturing

    John Twycross


    Student Engagement: what is it, what is it good for and does it happen?

    Katherine Hewitt and Mark Cain


    Could you flip? ... OERs and student engagement

    Tom Smith, Ashley Aryee, David Whittingham with Lizzie Fraser, Stephen Harland, Jenny Richards and Mary Foy


    Peer review in the formative stage of writing

    Mary Davis, Lijun Tang, Rawan Albaqami, Tsilazazi Itwi

    11.30 - 12.30 Exhibition and refreshments The Atrium
    12.00 - 13.15

    Keynote talk: “Building partnerships, enhancing learning: Engagement versus satisfaction approaches”

    Camille Kandiko, Kings College London

    Main Lecture Theatre
    13.15 - 14.10 Lunch The Atrium
    14.15 - 15.00

    Peer Advice on Learning: What’s in it for all of us?

    Debbie Witney & Tatia Batsikadze, Victoria Nmadu, Ade Adekoya, Andrew Butler, James Chan, Leo Juergens, Fadzai Muzivi


    Students researching the student experience of ethnic minority students

    Neil Currant, Suneela Ahmed & Dianne Regisford


    Making the most of moodle

    Rachel Long, Clare Martin, students & colleagues

    Sharing positive experiences with Moodle and general good practice across the University


    The tthical importance of subject matter

    David Aldridge

    Main Lecture Theatre
    15.00 - 15.20

    Exhibition and refreshments

    The Atrium and in Buckley
    15.25 - 16.00

    Enhanced understanding of students' understanding and perception of formative assessment processes

    Paul Ong


    Peer mentoring using ipad tablets

    George Roberts, Neil Currant, Adrian Aambo, Andrew Saul, Arnaud Deloffre, Blayne Gomez, Debra Nkomo, Henriette Valmestad, Jessica Gottardo, Jon Kingaby, Konstantin Volkmann, Nathalie Grahn


    Was it plagiarism or just good groupworking? Client interviewing under the spotlight

    Marc Howe with Adrian Henderson, Mark Mills and Pardis Safadel


    Learning and teaching computer programming using the apprenticeship model

    Arantza Aldea, Ken Brownsey, Nigel Crook and Peter Marshall with Arianna Schuler Scott and Alicia Sykes

    16.00 - 16.45

    Twilight Talk: Engagement for global and local citizenship

    Paul Collins, Acting Keeper of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, in conversation with Lyn Bibbings, Business Faculty

    Main Lecture Theatre