Workshop led by Vikki Abusidualghoul
During this workshop, we will explore five aspects of blended learning: interaction, engagement, group work, content selection and materials design. This is a practical and participative workshop full of examples and with lots of opportunities to discuss our experiences and share our ideas about synchronous and asynchronous face-to-face and online learning and their juxtapositions. The workshop is aimed at the broad audience of colleagues from those who are early in their teaching careers looking for answers and ideas, all the way to those with many years of classroom practice who are looking for consolidation and reinvigoration.
Date: Friday 21st September 2018
Time: 13:00 - 16:00
Venue: Teaching Grid (Collaboration Area)
Mapping to the UKPSF
This workshop supports the following UKPSF Dimensions:
• Area of Activity: A1, A4, A5
• Core Knowledge: K2, K3, K4, K5
• Professional Values: V1, V2, V3, V4
And aims to enable participants to achieve the following Descriptors:
• 1.I, 1.III, 1.IV, 1.VI
• 2.III, 2.VI
• 3.III, 3.VI
Vikki Abusidualghoul is the Assistant Dean for Blended & Co-curricular Learning at Warwick Business School, Course Director for the Distance Learning MBA – which is now ranked by the Financial Times as the global no.1 online MBA - and Associate Professor in the Operations Management Group. She holds a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Exeter and a PhD in Management from the University of Leicester. She started her career as a professional educator in 1990 and since then has taken on roles as a practitioner, designer, manager and consultant at every level of the education arena from pre-school to post-doc, on small and large scale projects, in the public and private sectors, and in the UK and abroad. She currently teaches Project Management, Complexity, Management & Network Thinking, and Research Methods. Her research interests include Complexity Theory, organisational measurement, policy implementation, project management, learning and teaching, and visual research methods. She is an Emeritus Fellow of the Warwick International Higher Education Academy.