PebbleBash 2020 Pre-conference workshops
Hands-on and highly interactive - workshops to help you keep on course
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Pre-Conference Workshops

Highly interactive, super informative, and always good fun. We have the challenge of making sure our workshops live up to expectations, leaving you with the challenge of not only choosing which sessions you'd most like to attend during the day, but also which of your new friends you want to sit with on the bus for our Edinburgh bus tour in the evening (with maybe a gin or scotch or two).

Morning Workshops – PebblePad-led

AM Workshop 1

23 June 2020, 10AM – 1PM

ATLAS, Map My Learning and other exciting new features

Explore the new ATLAS offerings and the long anticipated Map My Learning feature, in a highly interactive workshop exploring how these will impact on, and enhance, your programs.

Facilitated by Shane Sutherland, Toni Lavender and Iain Griffin

AM Workshop 2

23 June 2020, 10AM – 1PM

Training and Resource stocktake

Join our Training Officer, Marketing Manager and Community Manager for a comprehensive overview of all of the PebblePad resources available for your use and help to identify gaps and additions that would better support your PebblePad implementation. Participants will also be invited to share practice around PebblePad training and support processes at their institutions and the supporting resources they have created.

Facilitated by Jodie Young, Richard Dando and Alison Poot

Afternoon Workshops – Practitioner-led

PM Workshop 1

23 June 2020, 2-5 PM

Supporting independent study at scale

The Edinburgh Student-Led, Individually-Created Courses (SLICCs) model for supporting independent research projects.

Facilitated by Dr Gavin McCabe and Dr Simon Riley, University of Edinburgh, UK

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PM Workshop 2

23 June 2020, 2-5 PM

Using PebblePad digital workbooks to deliver flipped learning

A workshop using flipped-design to explore the USC model of workbooks to scaffold and support flipped courses.

Facilitated by Dr Sarah Burkhart, Dr Dana Craven, and Dr Anita Hamilton, University of the Sunshine Coast, AU

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