- Derwent Building, University of Hull
- 26 May 2010 10:45-16:15
Collaborative Observation in the On-Line Environment for enhancement across Institutional Divides
Extending peer observation into online learning and teaching environments, offers participants significant added value through chances not only to discuss online experiences, but to engage in peer-assisted constructive focus on the online processes themselves within the context of implementation.
This seminar will report the findings of research into the
experience of projects run at Hull and Staffordshire and give participants a
flavour of peer observation online.
The main seminar will give participants the chance to:
Find out about online peer observation projects at Hull and Staffordshire showing that situated observation of online practice can enhance confidence, self-efficacy and skills
Share the processes and documentation developed
Explore the issues, opportunities and challenges encountered
The Optional Practical Session will offer the opportunity to participate actively in Peer Observation Online.
The seminar also aims to initiate a network amongst interested participants to share experience and build a body of experience and evidence-informed practice as a resource for the sector
Shirley Bennett – University of Hull
See Lee – University of Staffordshire
Patrick Lynch – University of Hull
Lyz Moor – Department of Health and Social Security Isle of Man
Please email bookings to the Learning & Teaching Support Unit (LTSU) specifying any access/dietary requirements.
40 places are available on first-come, first