Facilitator: Katherine Lithgow (Centre for Teaching Excellence)
Location: HH 373
As a follow-up to the presentation with Ian Pirie, please join us for this webinar “Student-Led, Individually-Created Courses (SLICCs): Enabling students to take ownership of their learning and assessment.” This presentation is of particular interest to our campus community as it allows us to see an example of how PebblePad can facilitate learning.
Simon Riley, Edinburgh Medical School, University of Edinburgh
Gavin McCabe, Employability Consultancy, University of Edinburgh
About the webinar
In this webinar, Simon and Gavin will share their experience of running a university-wide initiative – Student-Led, Individually-Created Courses (SLICCs). The initiative provides a flexible, reflective-learning framework for experiential learning, where the SLICCs enable students to be co-creators, working across disciplinary boundaries, and defining their own learning outcomes. Able to capitalise on their own interests, passions and co- and extra-curricular activities, students identify an academic theme in their learning experience, reflecting on that experience by curating an eportfolio evidencing their learning.
The webinar will outline how this approach has been piloted successfully in a centrally-managed version for student activities in the summer and is now expanding into discipline-managed versions within degree programmes.
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