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Embedding- the trialling of different models. Christina Gera and Marg Cartner Wintec, SLS . ATLAANZ, Napier , November 2013. Embedding practice pre-2013 SLS Wintec. Embedded workshops – for some courses beginning of semesters, for some before assignments were due, orientations,

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embedding the trialling of different models

Embedding- the trialling of different models

Christina Gera and Marg Cartner Wintec, SLS.

ATLAANZ, Napier, November 2013

embedding practice pre 2013 sls wintec
Embedding practice pre-2013SLS Wintec
  • Embedded workshops – for some courses beginning of semesters, for some before assignments were due, orientations,
  • School of Trades – Learning Advisor embedded in classes with the intention of encouraging students to attend one-to-one sessions with SLS LA (literacy & numeracy assistance).
  • .
our approach
Our approach
  • To be proactive – rather than reactive
  • To build student academic capability
  • To continue building relationships with tutors
strategic move 2013 18 programmes of concern
Strategic move 2013 – 18 programmes of concern
  • Programmes identified:
    • Overall
    • Maori/Pacifika
    • International students
  • Rationale: to embed into classes where we can make the biggest difference
  • Contacting staff
    • Choose staff already know
    • Programmes of concern were a starting point
    • Mainly a bottom-up approach
18 programmes of concern different models of embedding
18 programmes of concern – different models of embedding
  • Attending lectures
  • Attending tutorials to participation
  • Giving literacy/academic literacy workshops in class time
  • Embedding Moodle approach
18 programmes of concern more than one approach per course
18 programmes of concern – more than one approach per course
  • Bachelor of Dip Technology (Science)
  • Embedded in lectures – to identify issues
  • Study skills workshop – 2hrs outside of class time
  • Met with HOD and discussed difficulties EAL students were having
  • Attended staff meeting to discuss issues EAL students having
  • Invited to attend a tutorial class to assist EAL learners (lots in this class)
18 programmes of concern more than one approach per course1
18 programmes of concern – more than one approach per course
  • Our learning advisor received requests to help with biology essay. Passed information onto lecturer who addressed this in class
  • Our LA gained permission for EAL learners to take self made vocab list into test
  • LA took biology tutorials for EAL students
  • LA did a teaching observation of one of the classes and feed back suggestions to lecturer
moved on
Moved on
  • Continuing to build new relationships with staff so can be embedded in programmes
  • 8 areas across Wintec - workshops and tutorials attendance/participation
  • Compulsory group appointments for Masters & Postgraduate international students
    • Student led group tutoring model being developed in some courses
    • Staff capability included in approach
where to from here
Where to from here?
  • Building student academic capability
  • Building relationships with tutors is the key
  • Choosing tutors who support embedding concept become your champions
  • Having ‘buy in’ from all levels bottom up & top down
  • Being flexible, open
  • Offering specific workshops to meet student requests
student perspective
Student Perspective
  • Initial concerns not meeting student 1:1 needs

Wintec Student Satisfaction rates for SLS

  • 2011 90.5% satisfaction
  • 2012 91.4% “
  • 2013 92.9% “

Retention

Those who didn’t use SLS 78% completion

Those who did use SLS 78% completion

questions
Questions?
  • Thank you Christina and Marg