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Evidence of Value of Personal Development Planning. PDP Forum PDP and e-portfolios: looking to the future Tuesday 8 June University of Glasgow. in Computing, Education, Law. Kirsty Miller Careers Janet Hughes Computing Kate Adams Education Frances Ross-Watt Education

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in computing education law

Evidence of Value of Personal Development Planning

PDP Forum

PDP and e-portfolios: looking to the future

Tuesday 8 June

University of Glasgow

inComputing, Education, Law
project team

Kirsty Miller Careers

Janet Hughes Computing

Kate Adams Education

Frances Ross-Watt Education

Stuart Cross Law

Philippa Riley Researcher

Rob Ward, Steve Outram, Consultants

Maher Abu-Munshar

Project team
acknowledgements

Our thanks go to:

  • all the students, staff and employers who have contributed so far
  • HEA
Acknowledgements
programme

13.45 Evidence of Value:

our progress report

14.15 The Forum as a Critical Friend:

your suggestions …

Programme
aim of evpdp project

Identify the value of critical reflection,

as part of PDP,

to current students, alumni & employers

in computing, education and law.

Aim of EVPDP Project
methods 1

literature review & desk survey

    • What critical reflective practices exist in undergraduate programmes in education, computing and law?
  • survey questionnaires *
    • to students, alumni and employers
  • Interviews
    • as follow-up to questionnaires

* Adapted from Moir, J., Di Domenico, C., Sutton, P. & Vertigans, S. (2008) Personal Development Planning in Sociology & Social Science: The Scottish Higher Education Context. Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences, 1, 2, 1-39

Methods #1
case studies

Early confirmation: each subject discipline considers critical reflection in related but different ways.

Intention: 1 case study per discipline:-

  • Computing
  • Education
  • Law
Case Studies
methods 2

literature review & desk survey

    • What critical reflective practices exist …
  • data collection and analysis:

as planned

Methods #2
starting to survey employers
Starting to survey employers
  • Diverse employer base

From 18 May 2010

  • Work-placement providers for Computing students

From 2 June 2010

  • Association of Graduate Recruiters (AGR)
    • IT Group
    • AGR Scotland
your contributions as critical friends

The next stage is semi-structured, in- depth interviews with employers, students and alumni, to further probe how critical reflection, as part of PDP, can improve employee value

Questionnaire responses will inform follow-up questions, but we also invite….

Your contributions …as ‘critical friends’….
your contributions to the next stage
Your contributions … to the next stage…

In pairs:

discuss and construct the questions you would like us to explore further with employers on the value of critical reflection in PDP

note your questions on the cards provided

after 10 mins or so, swap your cards for those of a different colour with another table

use your colleagues’ questions to prompt further questions, comments or discussion – 10 mins

thank you
Thank you!

Final Comments? Questions?

Contact is welcomed:

for contributions to, or more information on, this research project, please contact:

Dr Janet Hughes at the University of Dundee

[email protected]

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