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Subject:

[Fwd: ALT workshop: Supporting small-group teaching with C&IT (fwd)]

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Michael F Fuller <[log in to unmask]>

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Michael F Fuller <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 12 Apr 2001 13:30:05 +0100

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Forwarded by request / for information - Mike Fuller

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Subject: ALT workshop: Supporting small-group teaching with C&IT (fwd)
Date: Tue, 10 Apr 2001 17:38:12 +0100 (BST)
From: Frances Condron <[log in to unmask]>
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CC: [...] [log in to unmask], [...]

* Apologies for cross-posting *

*******************************************************************

Please note that the booking deadline is 30 APRIL 2001.

*******************************************************************
SUPPORTING SMALL-GROUP TEACHING WITH C&IT
A one-day workshop from ALT, run by the ASTER Project

DATE: 9 May 2001
VENUE: University of York
TIME: 1000-1630
COST: stlg 70 (ALT members), stlg 120 (non-members)

OVERVIEW
Small-group teaching is widely recognised as an important part of a
university education, but changes in Higher Education are
challenging traditional methods. Communication and Information
Technologies (C&IT) are often suggested as an answer to these
challenges. However, introducing the use of C&IT needs careful
planning if it is to be successful.

This workshop will explore the ways in which C&IT can be used to
support small-group teaching in a traditional, face-to-face setting,
enhance group-based activities and improve the quality of teaching and
learning.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED
During the workshop participants will:
* Discuss the role and functions of small-group teaching
* Explore the ways in which C&IT can support small-group teaching
  and learning (face-to-face)
* Consider an educational framework for the use of C&IT in
  small-group activities
* Reflect on current practice and opportunities for change

EXPECTED OUTCOMES
Participants will:
* gain a deeper understanding of the role of C&IT in small-group
  teaching and learning
* consider the benefits of change
* construct a personal action plan

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Lecturers who teach (small) groups or who are considering
introducing group work and anyone involved in supporting small-
group and group-based learning and teaching.

PROGRAMME
1000 Registration and coffee
1030 Introduction: setting the scene and establishing expectations
1045 What is small-group teaching? (group activity)
1100 How can C&IT support small-group activities (group activity)
        Presentation of the results from the TLTP3 ASTER Project
        survey and case studies
1200 Issues surrounding the use of C&IT in small-group work
        (group activity)
1230 Lunch
1330 An educational framework for the use of C&IT in small-group
        teaching and learning (presentation)
1400 Parallel session 1: reflecting on current practice and
        opportunities for change
1500 Tea break
1515 Parallel session 2: what next?
1600 Feedback and summing up
1630 Close and depart

During parallel sessions 1 and 2 delegates can try out the
Reflective Tools, produced by the ASTER Project, to consider a
current teaching situation, the potential for change and construct a
personal action plan. Alternatively, delegates can explore the range
of support tools and resources available and consider how they
might use them.

ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Dick Bacon is a consultant to LTSN Physical Sciences and has
been involved with many projects on the effective use of C&IT in
university teaching.

Catherine Bennett is manager of the TLTP3 ASTER Project,
examining the role of C&IT in small-group teaching and learning.
For more information, please visit:
http://cti-psy.york.ac.uk/aster/

Frances Condron is based in the Humanities Computing Unit,
University of Oxford. Her background is in archaeology.

Nick Hammond is a Reader in Psychology at the University of York
and Director of LTSN Psychology.

VENUE
This workshop will be held at the University of York. For travel
information, please visit:
http://www.york.ac.uk/np/maps

Please note that it is the responsibility of delegates to arrange
their own accommodation.

********************************************************

ALT WORKSHOP BOOKING FORM

Workshop: Supporting small-group teaching with C&IT
Date: 9 May 2001   Time: 1000-1630
Location: University of York
Cost: stlg 70.00 for ALT members; stlg 120.00 for non-members

Name: ____________________________________________

Department: _______________________________________

Institution: ________________________________________

Address: _________________________________________

_________________________________________________

Postcode: _________________________

Tel: ______________________________

Fax: ______________________________

Email: ____________________________________________

Please indicate membership status:
 Individual / Institutional / Corporate

___ Please send me ALT membership details

Please indicate any special dietary or physical requirements:

___________________________________________________


PAYMENT DETAILS
a) I enclose a cheque for stlg _______ made payable to the
Association for Learning Technology and drawn on a UK bank

b) Debit stlg _________ from my Visa/Mastercard

Account no: ______  ______  _______  ______

Expiry date: ___ /___

Cardholder's name: ___________________________

Cardholder's address: _____________________________

_______________________________________________

Signed: ________________________        Date: __________


c) Please invoice against purchase order number ____________

Please note that bookings will only be confirmed on receipt of
payment and that cancellations after 30 April 2001 will incur a
50% cancellation fee.

_  ALT will maintain the data you supply in keeping with the UK
Data Protection Act. All delegates will receive a list of participants,
including name, organisation and email address. Tick here if you
do not wish to be include on that list.

Please complete the booking form & return it NO LATER THAN 30
APRIL 2001 to:

ALT Administration, Oxford Brookes University,
Headington, OXFORD OX3 0BP, UK.
Fax: 01865 484165
Email: [log in to unmask]

Association for Learning Technology
Oxford Brookes University
Headington, Oxford OX3 0BP, UK
Tel: +44 (0)1865 484125  Fax: +44 (0)1865 484165
Email: [log in to unmask]
http://www.alt.ac.uk

Registered Charity Number 1063519

ALT-C 2001 - Edinburgh, 11-13 September 2001:
http://www.ed.ac.uk/altc2001

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