Our New Blog
Welcome to our SharedThinking blog. This is a new addition to the site and something we'll be expanding over time. The blog is centred upon our activities, our research and above all our way of thinking about key problems in learning. That is a view of learning at different levels so we consider the individual but more specifically share a focus on key levels between the group (together or distributed), organisations, institutions and cross-sectional perspectives at the social and cultural levels. In that sense, we are much less preoccupied with the individual level of learning or at least we see...Read more...
In London for 2020
We're back in London running another workshop. This is an updated verseion of Student-Generated Induction: A Belonging-Based Approach. This event is on Thursday 20th February at the Mary Ward House Conference Centre in Tavistock Place. The update mentioned above refers to the addition of our belonging-based practice to cover Impostor Phenemenon (in addition to Stereoptype Threat). Sometimes known by its more popular name of Impostor Syndrome, this issue matters and impacts many people worldwide. It effects both staff and students. We piloted this new component during a keynote we gave at the Universty of Derby Student Experience Conference. Aside from it being...Read more...