This is a reminder of the workshop being delivered by Nick Bowskill on Mon 11th Apr at the University of Exeter. We still have a few spaces left so please do join us for what I am sure will be a highly productive event.
Inclusive Pedagogy for Widening Participation (Student-Generated Induction: A Social Identity Approach)
Date: Monday 11th April 2016
Time: 10am - 3pm
Venue: University of Exeter : Old Library (Room 134), Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, Devon, EX4 4SB.
Fee: Workshop fee for external colleagues is £95 (payment details are listed on the sign up form below)
This workshop will cover the themes of Widening Participation and the concept of Student Generated Induction. The workshop is hosted by Exeter University and will be delivered by Dr. Nick Bowskill.
Inclusive Pedagogy for Widening Participation - This area of the workshop will be looking at how a concept of inclusive pedagogy fits ideas to do with widening participation and will explore the ways in which diversity, inclusion and belonging might impact the re-design of current practice in the areas of learning, teaching and research.
Student-Generated Induction: A Social Identity Approach – This aspect of the workshop will explore the concepts related to Student Generated Induction. This will address Students as Partners in the process of University Inductions; potentially achieved by breaking the concept down by college or discipline.
Lunch will be provided. The workshop is open to internal and external colleagues of the University. The cost for external colleagues is £95. There are a limited number of places available on the workshop, please sign up here: http://goo.gl/forms/aR2SAaU6Wz
For directions to the University of Exeter and campus maps see: http://www.exeter.ac.uk/visit/directions/
For further information contact Amanda Pocklington via email: email@example.com