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Developing a Personal Development Plan. Developing Business Practice – 302LON. Unit: 10 Knowledgecast : 1. Module Learning Outcomes. In this Knowledgecast, we will: Analyse a range of learning styles and the factors that influence successful study

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developing a personal development plan
Developing a Personal Development Plan

Developing Business Practice – 302LON

Unit: 10Knowledgecast: 1

module learning outcomes
Module Learning Outcomes

In this Knowledgecast, we will:

  • Analyse a range of learning styles and the factors that influence successful study
  • Discuss the value of reflection and self-evaluation as a learner
  • Prepare a Personal Development Plan to address areas in need of development throughout your programme of study
lifelong learning
Lifelong Learning
  • “Lifelong, lifewide, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons”
  • Lifelong learning enhances:
    • social inclusion and active citizenship
    • personal development
    • competitiveness and employability.
  • Continually adapting to change by acquiring:
    • New skills
    • New ways of thinking

Source:

UK Department of Education (2000)

Source:

EU Commission (2006)

your core skills
Your Core Skills

Source: www.qaa.ac.uk

honey mumford learning styles
Honey & Mumford Learning Styles
  • How can I use this information?
  • Effective learners will be able to learn in all 4 styles
  • Identify your strengths or preferred learning style
  • Reflect on your past experiences of learning where learning was not successful
  • Identify opportunities to learn using each of the 4 styles
reflection how do you do it
Reflection: How do you do it?
  • Schedule sufficient time to reflect on your experiences
  • Being clear about what specific experience you are reflecting on
  • Choose a suitable method to record your reflections
  • Use the skill of ‘critical thinking’ to consider ideas and evidence
  • Be honest with yourself about your thoughts and your feelings
  • Be open to feedback
managing your studies
Managing Your Studies

‘…still recognised as relevant for the managers of today and tomorrow.’ Moorcroft (2000:8-10)

Based on Fayol’s 5 Elements of Management (1916)

motivation achieving your goals
Motivation – Achieving Your Goals

‘At present, goal-setting is one of the most influential theories of work motivation applicable to all cultures’. Hannagan (2005:363)

Based on Goal Theory (Locke, 1968)

5 factors for successful team working
5 Factors for Successful Team Working
  • Clear and shared goals
  • Agreed ways of working
  • Effective communication
  • Support and cooperation
  • Regular review of progress
4 assessment steps no 4 plan the time
4 Assessment Steps: No 4 – Plan the Time

Why Don’t All Students Succeed?

being a reflexive practitioner
Being a Reflexive Practitioner

The aims of reflexivity include:

  • Examine your unconscious reactions to the research methodology
  • Explore the dynamic between the researcher and the researched
  • Understand the role of the researcher in the construction of knowledge

‘An acknowledgement

of the implications

and significance of

a researcher’s choices

as designer, observer and writer.’

what are we going to cover next
What are we going to cover next?

In our next Knowledgecast, we will look at:

  • Analyse a range of learning styles and the factors that influence successful study
  • Discuss the value of reflection and self-evaluation as a learner
  • Prepare a Personal Development Plan to address areas in need of development throughout your programme of study
knowledgecast summary
Knowledgecast Summary

In this Knowledgecast, we have looked at:

  • Analyse a range of learning styles and the factors that influence successful study
    • Recognising the link between learning through experience and reflection as a key management skill
  • Discuss the value of reflection and self-evaluation as a learner
    • Reflection as a key academic and business skill to support deep learning
  • Prepare a Personal Development Plan to address areas in need of development throughout your programme of study
    • The use of skills frameworks to help identify and create your academic and lifelong learning plans
seminar module overview
Seminar - Module Overview

1. Developing as a learner

10. Personal

Development Planning

2. Working independently

and with others

5. Using data in your

studies

6. Business and

management research

3. Academic writing

4. Critical thinking, reading

and taking notes

9. Successful work

experience

8. Effective

self marketing tools

7. Career development

strategies

seminar group teach in
Seminar: Group Teach-In

Student ‘Teach-Ins’ increase motivation to learn, promote deep learning and enhance self-esteem

(Wagner and Gansemer-Topf, 2005)

  • Choose a topic from this module
  • Prepare a 5 minute ‘teach-in’
  • Everyone actively participates
  • Recognise how your strengths have been used to produce your Teach-In
  • Be ready to run your session in our last Group Activity
group activity group teach in
Group Activity: Group Teach-In

Student ‘Teach-Ins’ increase motivation to learn, promote deep learning and enhance self-esteem

(Wagner and Gansemer-Topf, 2005)

  • Choose a topic from this module
  • Prepare a 5 minute ‘teach-in’
  • Everyone actively participates
  • Recognise how your strengths have been used to produce your Teach-In
  • Be ready to run your session in our last Group Activity