WOW - What a full on two days …….. I must say from my perspective, it was really useful meeting with all the other members from group A, as it now feels much more supportive and collaborative in what we do moving forward.
Then back to work to process everything – with a report on the event and information to cascade down to My Manager – up dates for the tutors delivering on the project – partners – Stakeholders Steering Group – Service Users Steering Group –
Submitted by veenabuumadykes on Mon, 03/10/2016 - 16:25
This is our first blog and it has been really interesting to read what others have put on here. It’s great to see all of the success stories which have motivated and inspired our own delivery. We have found the IAG has proven to be successful in finding the right courses for the right person, however last week I came up against my first negative experience; not just from my point of view.
Submitted by Jessica Russell on Fri, 30/09/2016 - 21:32
The piece below was produced using an iPad on a digital art in the park short course.
Learning outcomes included building digital resilience and using different apps to produce digital artwork. This learner said that they were frustrated with the technology at the start of the course and felt like 'throwing the iPad against the wall'.
Submitted by Ruth James on Thu, 29/09/2016 - 11:31
Thanks to everyone who made the AutumnMeet at Northern College such a positive and productive event. I haven't really had time or brain space to reflect on it all yet, but just looking at the notes I took from the breadth and range of topics covered, I can already see how valuable it is going to be for our project.
Year one has come to an end – I have attended two curriculum planning sessions in London – the first collaboratively working on curriculums, but not yet knowing which working group I would be in moving forward. I found it a really useful session and I was working in what would have been my preferred group for Phase 2!!.