Ward, Lisa J., Potter, Mark and Yip, Daniel (2014) The Flipped Student - Education from the Other Side. In: ASET Annual Conference, 2014, 2-4 September, 2014, University of Northumbria, UK.

ASET Workshop Proposal

a) Title: The flipped student – education from the other side.
b) Presenters
Lisa Ward – Head of Teaching and Learning Institute, University of Huddersfield
Mark Potter – Yr 3 Accountancy and Finance Placement Student and TALI Project Assistant
Daniel Yip - Yr 3 Chemistry with Forensic Science Placement Student and TALI Project Assistant

c) Keywords: Soft skills, challenges, team working, adapting, politics, event management
d) Abstract:
Aims and Objectives
The workshop will focus on the learning journey of two placement students who will present their experience of working within a department in the university. It aims to give greater understanding about the placement and skills developed from a student’s perspective.
Experiences Covered and Issues to be addressed:
• What the student’s expected to learn?
• What did students learn?
• Challenges and Opportunities
o University processes
o Adapting to changing environment
o Building consensus
o Working with a wide range of ‘characters’
o Understanding Teaching and Learning
o Quality control of work
o Event management
o Personal development opportunities

Plus the Employer’s Perspective:
• What sort of students apply for this experience?
• The interview process

This session aims to be interactive. There will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and discuss issues involved.

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