Category Archives: reflection at work

Senior Fellowship: Reflections on the process

Today I received confirmation that my Senior Fellowship application to the HEA had been accepted. I thought it helpful if I shared a few insights in to the application process with others who might be considering individual entry route. There … Continue reading

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Professional development on professional development

I usefully spent today at Liverpool John Moores University in a workshop run by Janet Strivens and Rob Ward from the Centre for Recording Achievement, around PDP and eportfolios. Key points from the session: PDP is a culture that can … Continue reading

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Marketing and the impact of inquiry led work-based learning on individuals

How do you market a course that essentially provides a structure for individuals to develop their knowledge, understanding, skills and practice in areas entirely relevant to them (the area is not prescribed). The course comprises a structure and a facility … Continue reading

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An introduction to learning journals (resource paper)

When I have looked for a resource on learning journals, rarely haveĀ  I found anything which covers all of the essentials at a useful level. I produced a brief paper to support students using learning journals in the workplace. This … Continue reading

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Competence Wrappers : A creative curriculum solution for work based learning

The competence wrapper module may be seen as a vehicle to collate and enhance workplace learning that focus on the development of specific and technical skills and related areas of knowledge (or learning achieved through a range of training initiatives … Continue reading

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(Work-based) Priorities for 2010

I am quite often asked what it is that I actually do … sometimes it is helpful to reflect upon this point as it helps personal prioritisation of work on a day to day and week by week basis amongst … Continue reading

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Learning Journals

Still working on online PDP … a whistle stop guide to learning journals then to help this along ….

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