SEDA Summer School 2009: Supporting Educational Change
- Cumberland Lodge, Windsor Great Park
- 21 July 2009 00:00 - 23 July 2009 00:00
Academic development includes working with individuals, groups and institutions to analyse and improve their practice. The Summer School will give participants time, stimulus and support to review and improve their own practice.
The course is intended for colleagues in their first few years of work in academic development. Development may be part or all of their work. Participants may work in academic development units; as learning and teaching coordinators in faculties or schools; in Subject Centres; or in other settings and roles where they help to enhance academic practice.
The course aims to help participants to:
- Analyse the opportunities and challenges of their current, and perhaps also their next, role(s) in academic development;
- Develop both conceptual and practical approaches to their own work;
- Share and test ideas and practices from other developers.
The course will involve seminars, workshops, small group and private study, and tutorials and mentoring with experienced developers. There will be time to think!
David Baume PhD FSEDA FHEA, higher education consultant, previously at the Open University
Professor Diana Eastcott, higher education consultant, previously at Birmingham City University
Jan Tenant FHEA, Director of the Teaching Centre, Loughborough University
Further details and registration
The cost of the event is £750 which includes overnight accommodation on 21st and 23rd July, all meals and refreshments during the event plus all course materials.
Cumberland Lodge is set in the heart of Windsor Great Park, only 27 miles from London and a short distance from Heathrow Airport. For more details of the venue see: www.cumberlandlodge.ac.uk/
To register, simply complete the registration form and return to the SEDA Office by Friday 19th June 2009.
You are encouraged to register early as only a limited number of places are available!