Minerva Seminar: Value, values and evaluation

Minerva Seminar
Buckley BG11, Monday 15th October 2012, 1.00-2.30pm
Value, values and evaluation
Frances Deepwell
In this, the first of the Minerva seminar series of 2012, Frances Deepwell invites you to consider what and how we value learning and teaching in higher education. Based on the recent work she has been involved in to develop reward and recognition strategies at Brookes, the seminar will start with a short position paper setting out some of the evidence around what is valued in the sector and at Brookes. This will lead into a structured conversation about new possibilities in reward and recognition and its potential impact on teaching enhancement. Please come along and invite your colleagues and let Frances fdeepwell@brookes.ac.uk know if you are planning to attend.
Can’t make it this time?
The next Minerva Seminar is on 13 November 2012, 3-4. in BG11: Louise Grisoni Working with poem houses – discovering lost parts of the self.

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Frances Deepwell

Frances is as an educational development consultant in OCSLD with specific interests in continuing professional development and recognition for academic and learning support colleagues. She leads the PSF Pathway to Senior and Principal Fellowship of the HEA, is the key contact for the National Teaching Fellowship and Brookes Teaching Fellowship schemes and convenes the annual Brookes Learning and Teaching Conference. She is also a tutor on the Postgraduate Certificate in Teaching in Higher Education.

Frances is a Senior Fellow of the HEA, Senior Fellow of SEDA and member of the SEDA Scholarship and Research Committee which offers small grants to support research into educational development; she is a member of the editorial board of the SEDA journal IETI.

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