Creating a poster for PC3 events

On return from an enjoyable couple of weeks break, the first job is to finish the Poster I started for various forth coming PC3 events. The aim is to capture the developments we have made since the our initial conception of the PC3 framework. One the primary moves forward has been in investigating and choosing the technology to underpin the process. These are reflected in the changes to the over view framework (diagram at the top of poster). The next step in this process is work out the best way to integrate or present all this individual systems to students as a coherent set o tools. At the moment XStream looks to be the main entry point. I have a workshop next week on Campus Pack Fusion so hopeful should be able to start that development soon.

Introduction to PC3 project and the PLC module structure

Introduction to PC3 project and the PLC module structure

The second main development has been the creation of the *PLC module* discussed earlier. I’ve tried to capture the main elements of the module and show clear links between the process and the technology framework. There is a lot to cover over the next few months, including gathering as many LOs in the topic areas, improving access to course specifications and creating the competency maps within PebblePad.

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Presenting the PC3 framwork

For the staff development festival and the launch of the PC3 project we devised a graphical representation of the main elements of the PC3 framework.

PC3 Framework poster V1

PC3 Framework poster V1

 

For later presentations we rearranged it slightly to put coaching at it’s heart:

The core elements of the PC3 supportive framework

The core elements of the PC3 supportive framework

Feedback from launch participants

During the PC3 launch we did a couple of breakout sessions to enable participants to discuss various issues around the concepts of coaching and personalised curriculum. Having gathered the flip-chart data I did a bit of analysis to identify any common themes or reoccurring points. The following report outlines the results from this.

PC3 Project Launch

The PC3 Project will be officially launched at an event at Old Broadcasting House, Leeds Metropolitan University, on September 15th 2008. The event is being attended by around 40 senior staff and learning advisors from around the institution and will aim to introduce the project and address key questions, as well as engaging participants in initial consultations about the project.

The event will include a presentation of the project and of coaching followed by small group discussion on the implications of the project, its benefits to staff and learners, and the issues that it raises. It will conclude with a plenary discussion.

The slides used can be viewed here: