• PebbleBash '18 Programme

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PebbleBash '18 programme.

Pre-conference workshop (Afternoon only) - Monday 10th December 2018

 

 

The planned technical workshop will now be offered as an online workshop to enable technical representatives from all Australian and New Zealand customers to attend. This will be promoted separately.

12:00
Lunch
 
13:00
Part 1: What's new and what's coming - product
hosted by Shane & Alison
 
14:30
Afternoon Tea
 
15:00
 
15:45
Part 2: What's new and what's coming - pedagogy
hosted by Shane & Alison
 
17:00
Workshop finishes
 
18:00
In the bar
 
19:00
Evening meal
 
Schedule subject to change
 
 

PebbleBash Day 1 - Tuesday 11th December 2018

 

 
07:30 - 08:30
Breakfast
 
08:30
Registration – for those not registered on Monday
 
09:00
Opening and welcome
 
09:30
 
10:30
Ignite Session - Day One
Round 1

 
  • Robert Loudon, Chris Campbell & Megan Duffy (Griffith)
    How our academics learnt PebblePad – What we heard on the grapevine.
  • Lenka Boorer, Priscilla Trahar & Heather Andrews (Griffith)
    Experiencing and expanding: Creating a space for students to collate, curate and grow.
  • Laurie Murphy, Alf Kuilboer & Karina Lynch (JCU)
    Enhancing graduate employability through the diverse and coordinated use of PebblePad.
 
11:00
Morning tea
 
11:30
Parallel Sessions
Set 1

 
 
Parallel Session 1B
 
13:00
Lunch
 
14:00
Workshops

 
 
Workshop A
Sonja Taylor & Kari Goin (Portland) Visual research to build academic identity
Workshop B
Gayle Brent, David Green & Christopher Allan (Griffith) Personality PLUS: Integrating employability (bolted in not bolted on).
Workshop C
Robert Loudon, Chris Campbell & Megan Duffy (Griffith) Managing buy-in, training and support at an enterprise-level: The practicalities.
 
15:00
Ignite Session
Round 2

 
  • Jennifer Rowley (Sydney) & Jennifer Munday (CSU)
    Transitioning to new and changing contours of professional practice through portfolio creation.
  • Terry Young and Kym Barbary (La Trobe)
    Self-supporting frameworks and agile PebblePad development.
  • Melissa Finnen, Jennifer Kemp-Smith & Robert Lewis (UTAS)
    PebblePad: Engaging students at the University College.
 
15:30
Afternoon tea
 
16:00 - 16:45
Featured Speaker
Geoff Rebbeck, Canterbury Christ Church University
A new Canterbury Tale about crossing learning frontiers
 
16:45
Ignite Session
Round 3

 
  • Terri Downer (USC), Michelle Gray (USC) & Tanya Capper (CQU)
    Over scaling: A comparison of the use of paper based and e-portfolios at two regional universities.
  • Natalie Medlicott, Jennifer Bruce, Carla Dillon & Megan Anakin (Otago)
    Early learning of reflective practice in a re-designed pharmacy professional programme.
  • Terry Young (La Trobe)
    Scaling up in Health Sciences – 19 disciplines, 19 examples
 
17:15
Reflecting on our first day
 
17:30
Close day 1
 
18:30
Drinks reception in the bar
 
19:30
Conference Dinner
 
 
 

PebbleBash Day 2 - Wednesday 12th December 2018

 

 
07:00 - 08:00
Breakfast
 
08:00
Check-out
 
08:45
Ignite Session - Day Two
Round 4

 
  • Sonja Taylor & Kari Goin (Portland)
    Connecting social spaces and research to construct digital academic identity.
  • Patrick Viney (recorded) (Northumbria)
    A proactive model to support the implementation of large scale PebblePad assessments using limited resource.
  • Lana Mitchell (Griffith)
    Evidencing Professional Development for students: Preparing for career success.
 
09:15
 
10:15
Morning tea
 
10:45
Parallel Sessions
Set 2

 
 
 
12:15
Lunch
 
13:15
Parallel Sessions
Set 3

 
 
 
14:20
Ignite Session
Round 5

 
  • Donna Hay & Denise McBride (Durham)
    The developmental journey of using PebblePad to underpin an institutional employability award at Durham University.
  • Ruth Druva, Wendy McLeod & John McInerney (Monash)
    ePortfolio learning and assessment in anatomy and pathology.
  • Alison White & Christopher Allan (Griffith)
    Implementing PebblePad at a program level in a postgraduate biomedical health program to build a professional identity and support transition to professional practice.
 
14:50
Afternoon tea
 
15:15 - 16:00
 
16:00
Round Up and Close
 
16:30
Bus to airport
 


Programme subject to change

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