LSIS Learning Fair East LSIS Learning Fair East Exhibition 10th February 2010 (9:30am to 4:00pm) Møller Centre, Storey’s Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE The following organisations will be exhibiting their products and services: Keynote speaker Dr Greg Benfield LSIS Learning Fair East Dedicated to teaching and learning Listening to learners can be transformational to teaching and learning. This LSIS Learning Fair will explore different aspects of improving teaching and learning with a particular focus on the learner voice. It will provide an exciting range of information, approaches and support that will help achieve strategic objectives, shape your curriculum planning, direct your staff development and Further information and booking improve your practice. Delegates will have the opportunity to learn from real examples of effective practice and to share experiences and expertise. LSIS Booking JISC RSC South East Friars House To book, please visit: Block D, Keynes College Manor House Drive University of Kent The structure of the day has been designed to provide workshops that will Coventry, West Midlands http://www.lsis.org.uk/ Canterbury, Kent appeal to different audiences. In general the following strands will be of CV1 2TE Services/Events//Pages/ CT2 7NP particular interest to senior managers (Strand A), middle managers with LSISEastofEnglandLearningF curriculum and CPD responsibilities (Strand B), and practitioners (Strand C). 024 7662 7953 air_100211.aspx Helpdesk email@example.com 01227 827091 ng Fair East LSIS Learnin ching and learning Dedicated to teac 09:30 ‐ 10:00 Registration 10:00 ‐ 10:10 Markos Tiris, Head of Teaching and Learning, LSIS 10:10 ‐ 10:40 Keynote presentation ‐ Supporting learners in a digital age: Dr Greg Benfield, Educational Developer, The Oxford Centre for Staff and Learning Development (OCSLD), Oxford Brookes Universi ity 10:40 ‐ 11:10 Every learner has a voice: Graham Wooldridge, Learner Involvement Co‐ordinator, Tresham College 11:10 ‐ 11:30 Coffee ine Bone, JISC RSC Eastern (A1) E‐skills and e‐learning: Malcolm Bodley and Catheri 11:30 ‐ 12:30 the modular training approach: Geraldine Burns and Sue Butler, LSIS (B1) Teaching and learning change agents ‐ Introducing t Session 1 olin Isham, Principal Research Manager, CUREE (C1) Research tasters ‐ Tools for practitioner enquiry: Co 12:30 ‐ 13:30 Lunch 13:30 ‐ 14:00 Panel ‐ Question time ne, Consultant, DawsonLoane (A2) Learner involvement in decision making: Terry Loan 14:00 ‐ 15:00 ent: Miriam Sampson, Educational Consultant (B2) Exploring effective approaches to learner involveme Session 2 Fisher and Gerard Hayes, JISC RSC Eastern (C2) Giving your learners a voice ‐ Accessibility: Maryse F esfield, LSIS and Associate Inspector for Tribal (A3) Learner voice and quality improvement: Nigel Eccle 15:00 ‐ 16:00 ty: Sal McKeown, Educational Technology and Special Needs Consultant (B3) Listening to the learner voice ‐ Equality and diversit Session 3 ent: Di Dawson, e‐Learning Specialist (C3) Capturing learner voice for evidence and achieveme 16:00 Finish Important information To book These workshop descriptions were correct at the time of going to press. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the published Visit the LSIS online booking system at: programme in the event of one or more of the advertised speakers being http://www.lsis.org.uk/Services/Events//Pages/LSISEastofEnglandLearningFair_100211.aspx unable to attend. Participants will have no claim against LSIS or JISC RSC SE in respect of such changes. Or contact LSIS on: Tel: 024 7662 7953 For further details about any of the workshops, please visit the website.