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									                         Globalisation and Opportunities
     LLP Leonardo da Vinci Learning Partnership meeting 4,
                            Glasgow
                                        14th-15th May 2010
Hosted by Anniesland Research Consultancy Limited

Venue
University of Glasgow Faculty of Education, Room N202, St Andrew’s Building, Eldon Street,
Glasgow G3 6NH

How to get there from the Devoncove Hotel




Cross the road from the hotel and turn left. Walk on for a short distance (towards Kelvingrove
Museum and Art Gallery – a large red sandstone building that you will soon see in the distance) until
you reach the entrance to Kelvingrove Park. Enter the park and walk straight through it until you
reach Eldon Street or Gibson Street. Turn right and enter the large white-fronted building on your
right. Once inside the building, turn left and left again at the end of the corridor. Go up one flight of
stairs. Go through the fire doors and room N202 is on the left. Estimated time: 20 minutes maximum.
Attending
Pamela Clayton, Managing Director, Anniesland Research Consultancy Limited, and Research
Fellow, Department of Adult and Continuing Education, University of Glasgow, Scotland
Fiona Finn, CEO, Nasc, Cork, Republic of Ireland
Maren Gag, project co-ordinator, passage gGmbH, Hamburg, Germany
Tamer İlbuğa, EuroMaster Coordinator, Akdeniz University, Antalya, Turkey
Liliana Lucaciu, Director, L & G Consulting, Romania
Sarah-Jane Pretty, Director, Anniesland Research Consultancy Limited and ESOL teacher, North-
West College, Kent
Joachim Schroeder, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt/Main, Professor of Educational
Sciences
Emine Ucar-İlbuğa, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Communication ,Akdeniz University, Antalya,
Turkey
Claudia Zaccai, Sinnnos, Rome, and Associate Professor, Faculty of Communication Science,
University of Roma “La Sapienza”, Italy

Visitor
Alison Phipps, Professor of Languages and Intercultural Studies, Faculty of Education, co-convenor
of the Glasgow Refugee, Asylum and Migration Network

Friday 14th May 2010

10.00 Welcome and housekeeping announcements - maximum 15 minutes
(fire alarm, location of toilets, arrangements for meals, coffee, dinner tonight etc)
10.15-11.30 Work on the case studies in small groups, in order to come to a complete understanding
of the concept of transmigrant and the diversity of experiences that can be described under this
category
Suggestion 1 – German-speaking group: Maren, Joachim, Emine, Tamer, Claudia; English-speaking
group: Fiona, Liliana, Pamela, Sarah
Suggestion 2 – German-speaking group: Maren, Emine, Tamer; English-speaking group 1: Joachim,
Claudia, Liliana; English-speaking group 2: Fiona, Pamela, Sarah
Activities: read individually all the case studies – partners will have brought printed copies for all
Begin discussion of the three questions from Maren’s original case study
11.30 Pause-café
Continue discussion of case studies and decide on answers to the three questions
13.00-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.30
    1. Each group presents the results of their discussion. This will be done by case-study and the
       order of presentation will be changed each time we move to another case-study.
    2. Extract implications for vocational education and training
15.30 Pause-café at which time we shall be joined by Professor Alison Phipps, co-convenor of
GRAMNet
16.00 Presentation of GRAMNet (PowerPoint) and of Globalisation and Opportunities LP
17.00 Meeting ends
19.00 Dinner at a restaurant near the Devoncove Hotel (to be decided)

Saturday 15th May 2010
09.30-12.30
Discuss the web site - what is needed, including links (led by Maren)
The Hamburg meeting (led by Maren)
Dissemination (led by Pamela)
Suggestion on protocols for distance communication (Pamela)
Future activities – what we are supposed to do – who is planning to do what – negotiate deadlines
AOB
12.30 Lunch in the meeting room

								
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