CELebrate conference 2015 – Day 2 – Wednesday 27 May

After an excellent day yesterday, here is the agenda for today:

Celebrating student inspired improvement

10am – 11am, PG30a

Presenter: Steve Keen

Student inspired improvement not only relates to the excellent improvement work students have completed in their health and social care workplaces, but also how they have inspired us, as academics to improve the way we teach our programme. In the workshop Steve will be reflecting on the Circle of Learning carousel presented by undergraduate, masters and doctoral student at the Service Excellence Conference and showing examples of these projects. The development of “curiosity” will be a key focus of the workshop including fun activities like the smartie challenge.

Employability and the Global Agenda

11am – noon, PG30a

Presenters: Kelly Goodwin and Marcellus Mbah

The Employability and Globalisation agendas are key strategic priorities at Bournemouth University. CEL work over the past two years on Employability has looked at the feasibility and/or the effectiveness of a variety of pedagogic tools designed to address co and extra-curricular development of employability skills in students, the matter of student and academic engagement in these initiatives and ways to help bring to fruition BU’s Strategic Plan employability objectives. Outcomes and work on-going will be discussed as well as a new research initiative investigating the placement experience of International level H BU Students.

Show and Tell Stands

12.15 – 12.45, Poole House Reception:

  • CEL@BU  and Mapping Peer Led Academic Learning UK – Chris Keenan
  • Employability and Work Based Learning (CEL Theme) – Carly Lamont
  • Inspirational teaching using Technology (CEL Theme) – David Biggins
  • Changing the Learning Landscape – Gelareh Roushan
  • What Service Excellence can do for you – Susanne Clarke

Welcome and introduction to CEL  

2pm – 4pm, Wellbeing Centre, Bournemouth House

Presenters: Gail Thomas, Chris Keenan, Susanne Clarke, David Biggins

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