Supporting Transition to HE Study

What happens?

Students on the BA Hons Teaching, Learning & Child Development programme are introduced to assessment protocols and practices in a series of seminars at the beginning of Year 1.   After the first assessment point in semester 1 each PAT meets with their group of 10 tutees to reflect on the feedback / feed-forward received for the first piece of summatively assessed work.  The PATs use the GROW model of coaching with the students to unpick the assessment feed-forward and to target set for future work.

What was the impact?

Students left the group tutorial feeling they understood how to interpret tutor feed-forward comments and how to action plan.  Action planning is shared with the PAT and students had a clear understanding of how to track their own academic progress using the Progress and Development Profile

For further information please contact

Gillian Pye, Programme Leader BA Hons Teaching Learning & Child Development

pyeg@edgehill.ac.uk

GROW Model tutorial         PAT Handbook

Personal Tutoring

The next Personal Tutoring Staff Development Workshop will be held on Wednesday 24th April.

To attend please book via the CLT Professional Development Series web space.

Or for more information or to book a bespoke workshop for your department please contact Dawne belld@edgehill.ac.uk or email CLT@edheill.ac.uk for more details.

Student Peer Mentoring- the bigger picture

Student Peer Mentoring is not something done in isolation but is interconnected with many other aspects of the student experience i.e. transitions, personal tutoring, wellbeing. As we now build the bigger picture it is anticipated that we will see more holistically the relevance of Student Peer Mentoring to these other very important aspects and furthermore be able to see its impact in important areas such as retention and attainment.

 

Good Practice Citations Index

Examples of exemplar practice from across the institution are harvested continually during Autumn Monitoring Review (AMR), validations and periodic review. These form to create a living document of the very best practice which can be accessed using the link below.

To access the University Good Practice Citations Index please click here: 

https://blogs.edgehill.ac.uk/clt/files/2018/10/LTC.08C.17-Enhancement-Report-2018.pdf

Dance Festive Gathering!!!

Dance Festive Gathering!!!

On Saturday the department held a wonderful event with mince pies and other festive refreshments in advance of the First Years first choreographic performance for their DAN1105 module, which included three group pieces made by the tutor and the students collaboratively.

This year mindful of induction and transitions, building on last years extremely successful ‘Festive Friday’ strategy the team took the opportunity to make a full piece about ‘Transitions’. The students and I went on a complete journey with the research and discussions surrounding the idea of the transitions we make in life, particularly from FE to HE. The piece was very well received by the audience and the marks for my group are particularly high for their process and performance. The work was also informed by the book The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, which allowed for a narrative stimulus for the piece.

Next Steps:

The team believe that this work would be really good to perform at a Transitions/Recruitment event and could be adapted for a variety of spaces,  hence the team are exploring the potential of taking the performance to some of our local colleges, and also using the piece to work secondary schools, and also to further support recruitment during Subject Taster days. 

For more information please contact Debbie Norris Norrisdb@edgehill.ac.uk