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THE WORK OF SHEEC. Professor Kenneth Miller Chair, SHEEC David Bottomley SHEEC Officer. WHAT IS SHEEC? Members drawn from all Scottish HEIs Usually the HEI representative is the Vice-Principal for Learning and Teaching Half attend meetings other half are “corresponding” members

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the work of sheec

THE WORK OF SHEEC

Professor Kenneth Miller

Chair, SHEEC

David Bottomley

SHEEC Officer

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WHAT IS SHEEC?
  • Members drawn from all Scottish HEIs
  • Usually the HEI representative is the Vice-Principal for Learning and
  • Teaching
  • Half attend meetings other half are “corresponding” members
  • A system of rotation operates to ensure all HEIs will be attendees during
  • the five year cycle.
  • We also have two student members
  • Representatives from HEA, QAA, SFC, SPARQS, and Universities
  • Scotland also attend
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WHAT DOES IT DO?
  • Manages the overall approach to the enhancement themes
  • Has responsibility for the “five year plan”
  • Helps support institutions as they develop and embed an
  • enhancement-led approach (SHEEC’s own theme)
  • Supports the overall objective of the QEF to develop and
  • emphasise a learner-centred approach to higher education
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WHAT ARE THE THEMES?
  • Themes are generated after discussion with the sector to identify areas
  • of particular significance
  • They are an opportunity for the sector to take account of and influence
  • the developments in a particular area
  • We seek to identify and support the implementation of new ideas and
  • good practice in ways that enhance the learning experience
  • We recognise that this is ongoing work involving others as well as
  • SHEEC (eg HEIs, subject centres, PSBs)
  • The themes provide an opportunity for Scottish HEIs to review and
  • capitalise on this work to support learning and teaching and
  • enhancement strategies
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HOW DO WE DO THIS?
  • Appoint a Steering Committee with members nominated by
  • HEIs for their experience and expertise together with
  • student members and members drawn from other agencies
  • The Steering Committee will
  • Scope the theme (identify the key issues)
  • Develop a plan of work to address these issues
  • Take steps to ensure effective dissemination of the outcomes of the
  • theme
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THE INSTITUTIONAL CONTACT
  • For each theme an HEI will nominate an institutional
  • contact
  • ICs play a critical role in taking forward theme issues and
  • ensuring discussion/action within their HEI
  • ICs will come together from time to time with members of
  • the Steering Committee to share thinking and to develop
  • ideas
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WHAT CAN SHEEC DO TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE “BUY-IN”?
  • We need to
  • Work harder with HEIs to “complete the loop”
  • Engage better with “middle managers”
  • Enhance the role of the institutional contact
  • Work closely and productively with the subject centres
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SHEEC/ACADEMY PARTNERSHIP
  • Recognising SHEEC’s lead role, SHEEC and HEA will work closely together to
  • Involve the subject centres more effectively – a vital resource for the
  • themes
  • Continue to use subject centres as resources for working with
  • practitioners regarding the outcomes of themes at subject level
  • To consider ways to enhance this model to engage more colleagues at
  • subject level
  • Ultimately to work together to ensure achievement of the ambitious
  • Scottish enhancement agenda.
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