Incubator Projects: A Work In Progress

Our Work In Progress (WIP) meetings are an opportunity to hear about projects run by our fellows this year. They represent a chance to meet like-minded colleagues and engage with them on exciting and innovative projects. The meetings are crucial to the ongoing development and refinement of ideas, so do come along to one of our meetings below, held every two weeks this term, starting on October 12th.

These ‘brown-bag’ lunchtime sessions will take place between 12:30-13:30, and are open to all staff and students. While initially online, we are intending for these sessions to move to face-to-face later in the year.

The format of the sessions will be two short presentations from the project leads, followed by discussion and questions:

Tuesday 12th October – WIP Session One
12:30-13:30
Microsoft Teams

Barrie Cooper’s presentation will be on Virtual spaces in a blended environment and Improving the student programming experience via continuous automated feedback and industry-standard tools

Lisa Alberici’s presentation will be on Building assessment confidence: effective use of examples of previous students’ work for online and blended learning contexts

Thursday 28th October – WIP Session Two
12:30-13:30
Microsoft Teams

Oli Young presentation will be on Connective Cornwall: Improving Employability Access, Progress and Success for BAME Students.

Alison Marchbank presentation will be on Exploring Global Nursing Educational Collaboration in a virtual classroom.

Thursday 11th November – WIP Session Three
12:30-13:30
Microsoft Teams

Olya Petrakova-Brown presentation will be on her Community and Students Together (CaST) project, Kinder Exeter.

Ioanna Kapantai presentation will be on Improving Neurodiverse experiences at University: The development and deployment of online training and teaching toolkits.

Thursday 25th November – WIP Session Four pt. 1
12:30-13:30
Microsoft Teams 

Rosey Davies’s presentation will be on Exploring the potential of 3D virtual reality (VR) as part of a blended learning approach to teaching clinical skills to student radiographers.

Friday 26th November – WIP Session Four pt. 2
12:30-13:30
Microsoft Teams 

Angela Christidis’s presentation will be on Understanding international students’ academic, well-being and sociocultural adaptation. 

Wednesday 8th December – WIP Session Five
12:30-13:30
Microsoft Teams

Dora Bernardes presentation will be on Elevating cross-cultural care: Transforming educational curricula to foster cultural competence in the helping professions.

Malcolm Richards presentation will be on Black British Studies – an open accredited module for the University of Exeter.

If you would like to join any of these sessions, please email us at educationincubator@exeter.ac.uk and we will send you a Teams Invite for them.

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