Learning to be Professional Seminars

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These filmed seminars contribute a range of perspectives on the idea of 'learning to be professional through a higher education'. If you would like to contribute a seminar please contact Professor Norman Jackson at SCEPTrE Norman.Jackson@surrey.ac.uk




Virtual Action Learning Sets for Students on Placement

October 12th

Pat Colliety and Lee-Ann Sequera


Learning the office lingo

September 21st

Dr Doris Dippold, Department of Languages and Translation Studies, University of Surrey


Supporting learners and facilitating learning through work placement

The challenge of integrating facilitative pedagogy and communication technologies

August 17th 

Pat Colliety and Lee-Ann Sequeira University of Surrey and Karen Isherwood, Queensland University of Technology


Becoming a creative professional

July 8

Dr Jenny Willis


SenseMaker Workshop

June 7

Dave Snowden


How do we develop professional capability through the undergraduate curriculum?: A WIL Perspective 

Friday April 16th video conference seminar with Queensland University of Technology

Dr Jenny Willis, SCEPTrE


Enabling a More Complete Education Conference 


Team Academie - experience the future of enterprise education.

Facilitated by a team from Jyvaskyla Polytechnic Finland


Developing an extensible student-led resource of knowledge and experience to facilitate enquiry and engagement

Philip Jackson, Director of Media Engineering, Machine Audition, CVSSP  University of Surrey,


An approach to explore values in education and practice

Professor Caroline Baillie, University of Western Australia


From induction to abduction, a new approach to research and productive inquiry

Dave Snowden, Founder and Chief Scientific Officer Cognitive Edge Pte Ltd


Industry Partnerships, Community Engagement and ‘Real Life’ Learning Through Project Work.

 Cathy Farrell, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne


Digital Story Academy

Jane Leng and Martin Jenkins



Xing business planning simulation

James Lott


Real World Learning at Queensland University of Technology:embedding work integrated learning across the curriculum

Deborah Peach and colleagues QUT Brisbane Australia 


Preparing students for placement in a time of recesion

Norman Creaney, Department of Computing University of Ulster


The value of digital story telling in learning to be professional

Jane Leng, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences University of Surrey and SCEPTrE Fellow 

Integrating work and disciplinary study: The Co-operative Education Programme, University of Victoria, Canada

Norah McCrae, Executive Director, Co-operative Education Programme, University of British Columbia, Canada 


Career Development Learning: Whose responsibility is it: practitioners or academics?

Alan McAlpine (Manager, Careers & Employment), Queensland University of Technology


Values Exchange’ a unique web-based tool for social debate and ethics education

Professor David Seedhouse, Professor of Health and Social Ethics at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand and CEO of VIDe Ltd – creators of the Values Exchange


Capability in the 'Lifespace’ in the 21st Century

Professor Len Cairns, Monash University Australia


Improving the quality of learning in work placements

Professor Michael Eraut, University of Sussex and SCEPTrE Senior Research Fellow 


Defining Professionalism

Dr Jenny Willis, University of Surrey, SCEPTrE Fellow   


The will to be a professional: how a life-wide curriculum might encourage important features of will

Professor Ron Barnett, Institute of Education, University of London


Learning to be an agentic professional: Conceptions, curriculum, pedagogy and personal epistemologies

Professor Stephen Billett,  Griffith University, Queensland, Australia


Reflection: a key personal agency for learning to be a professional?

Professor Ursula Lucas, Bristol Business School, University of the West of England


for the 'sandwich placement model' of work integrated learning
Professor Karen Evans, Institute of Education, University of London


Career development learning through a life-wide curriculum

Phillip McCash, School of Continuing Education, University of Reading


'Associated thought’: social software, professional relationships and democratic professionalism

Professor Paul Maharg, LawSchool,  University of Strathclyde


Improving the quality of work placements

Michael Eraut, University of Sussex and SCEPTrE Senior Research Fellow


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