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Oxford Brookes University was pleased to welcome 103 delegates to the 10th annual conference of the ACP on Friday 10 January 2020.
The theme was - Working in partnership: ensuring success for all students
'Student Success in the ACP: what we know and what we don’t know' Helen Hall, Oxford Brookes University
‘An Alliance of partners: The politics and possibilities for partnerships between FE and HE sectors’ Ellie Russell, University Alliance
Dr Samantha Child and Rowan Fisher - Oxford Brookes University
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Research and evidence stresses the importance of having effective evaluation in place to understand the impact of teaching and learning initiatives on students, especially for groups that are statistically known to perform worse in HE. For example, BAME students.
The Evaluation Team will provide insights into what is effective evaluation and good practice and then share the tools they use to evaluate a range of access and participation initiatives. There will be a question and answer about the challenges you face in evaluating teaching and learning.
Liz Broadbent - Oxford Brookes University
This interactive workshop is an opportunity for different HE providers with similar aims to get together and share their difficulties and successes in targeting harder to reach demographics. It will focus on how we can be supportive to each other with these key points in mind:
Stephanie Byrne - Oxfordshire Recovery College- Restore
An interactive workshop sharing ideas about how to support students struggling with anxiety or other mental health challenges. It will be an opportunity to share knowledge, identify what helps to support students and know where to signpost.
Dr. Mary Deane & Kat Kwok - Oxford Brookes University
How prepared are your students for their future careers? What support strategies do you use to help your learners plan for professional success? Come along to explore best practice and engage in debate about your own role in relation to the Employability Agenda.
This workshop creates space for you to reflect upon ways of connecting with employability experts and exploring how to ensure all your learners reach their full potential both now and in the future.