Sometimes, you just don’t have the capacity to spend time developing or reviewing your curriculum, or maybe you need a fresh pair of eyes. I can help with this – see some examples below.
Online prof. development courses
I am the course leader for the online SEDA Supporting and Leading Educational Change programme, which confers SEDA Fellowship This course is hosted online and offers a range of synchronous and a-synchronous activities, including webinars, discussion fora and guided tasks and activities.
I have written two SEDA PDF Online L7 courses for Queen’s University Belfast – Developing Leadership of Academic practice and Leading UG Programmes.
Sandpits – one day intensive workshops
Sandpits are intensive discussion forums where free thinking is encouraged, enabling staff and students to delve into wicked problems on the institutional agenda and uncover innovative solutions. https://www.unialliance.ac.uk/teaching-excellence-alliance/sandpit/
Working together teams search for answers to a particular question or problem area, finding a number of quick-wins, proposals that are high-impact and easy to implement, before crafting longer term solutions.
Working with Graham Holden, I have led Sandpits in 2018 and 2019 on Programme Design The BAME Attainment Gap Employability and Graduate Attributes
Bespoke support for programme leaders
I have written two SEDA PDF Online L7 courses for Queen’s University Belfast – Developing Leadership of Academic Practice and Leading UG Programmes. I designed the courses, liaised with Queen’s ‘in-house’ VLE team and supported the accreditation via SEDA PDF Framework.
I designed and delivered a workshop for Kingston University Programme Leaders entitled ‘Leading without Formal Authority’