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Working with Students to Create our Peer and Community Personal Development Planning Programme. Declan Bryans and Andrew Glen Dr Avril Thomson, Dr Linda Thomson and Dr Debbie Willison. Agenda. Introduction and background Presentation from this year’s student intern project team

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Working with students to create our peer and community personal development planning programme

Working with Students to Create our Peer and Community Personal Development Planning Programme

Declan Bryans and Andrew Glen

Dr Avril Thomson, Dr Linda Thomson and Dr Debbie Willison


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introduction and background

  • Presentation from this year’s student intern project team

  • Activity and discussion session


Background

Background

  • 2009

    • Report of Academic Counselling and Personal Development Planning

  • Feb/Mar 2010

    • Senate Working Group on Academic Counselling and Personal Development Planning

  • Sept 2010

    • Framework of minimum requirements and use of the term Personal Development Advising “Senate resolved to approve its introduction from 2010-11.”


Framework

Framework

  • 1st year:

    • 3 meetings – settling in, reflect on performance and preparation for moving on

  • 2nd and 3rd years:

    • 2 meetings per year – reflect on previous year’s performance and reflect on this year’s performance

  • 4th/Final year:

    • 1 meeting – developmental feedback/readiness for exams/transition out


Working with students to create our peer and community personal development planning programme

2011

  • First group of summer student interns:

    • TaufikMarlik, Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (NAME)

    • Dorothea Bouck-Standen, NAME

    • Laura Hay, Design Manufacture and Engineering Management (DMEM)

    • Stewart Steele, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (MAE)

    • Vicky Hamilton, DMEM

  • Outcome – The Tight-Loose Model

  • 2011/2012 - Pilot in DMEM, MAE, NAME and Pure & Applied Chemistry (PAC)


Working with students to create our peer and community personal development planning programme

2012

  • Summer 2012 - Second student intern project

    • Wei Ren Adams, MAE

    • YeugeuiyaManchul, NAME

    • Catriona Provan, DMEM

    • Kasim Qureshi, PAC

  • Outcome – online development

  • 2012/2013 - Pilot in Chemistry, DMEM, MAE, NAME and Strathclyde Business School


Working with students to create our peer and community personal development planning programme

2013

  • Summer 2013 – Third student intern project

    • Declan Bryans, PAC

    • Andrew Glen, History

    • Peter McLoughlin, Marketing

    • Robbie Stewart, MAE

  • All four faculties represented

  • Aim: to ensure resources are appropriate for all faculties and departments


Personal development planning 2013

Personal Development Planning 2013


Aims objectives

Aims & Objectives

  • Developing University wide resources through staff-student partnerships

  • Increasing PDP awareness through staff collaboration

  • Increasing engagement through external partnerships


Resource development

Resource Development

  • Flexible PDP scheme

  • MyPlace class - PDP hub

  • Handbooks – PDP guide


Staff collaboration

Staff Collaboration

  • Communication between schools, departments & faculties

  • Best Practise – building on success, lessons learned

  • A PDP Network has now been established


Partnerships

Partnerships

  • Alumni survey

  • Promotional Videos

  • Alumni forums


Conclusion the benefits to

Conclusion – the benefits to…

  • Staff

  • Students

  • Interns


Activity and discussion

Activity and Discussion


Action planning reviewing

Action Planning & Reviewing

Goal setting

Reflection

Specific

Measurable

Achievable

Realistic

Time-bound

Situation

Task

Action

Result


Discussion session

Discussion Session

  • What are the challenges in adopting and developing a University-wide PDP scheme?

  • How best to increase student engagement?

  • How best to increase staff engagement?

  • How would be best to maintain the ‘students as partners’ approach between intern projects?

  • Should PDP be compulsory?

  • Should PDP be credit bearing or not?


Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements

  • Student interns: Wei Ren Adams, Declan Bryans, Dorothea Bouck-Standen, Andrew Glen, Vicky Hamilton, Laura Hay, YeugeuiyaManchul, TaufikMarlik, Peter McLoughlin, Catriona Provan, Kasim Qureshi, Stewart Steele and Robbie Stewart

  • Debbie Willison, Avril Thomson, and Lizann Bonner Helyn Thornbury Gould

  • LTE and other professional services

  • University of Strathclyde’s Education Excellence Fund


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