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A collaborative event hosted by UKAT and PebblePad

Broadcast Date: Tuesday, 21st July 2020 at 15:00-16:30 BST (UK Time) 
1 hour 30 minutes
Online Zoom Meeting Space
Topic: The Power of Storytelling: Creative ideas for personal tutoring in the new normal

About the webinar

Purposeful personal tutoring is a proactive, intentionally structured process which focuses on student growth and development. With UK universities continuing to adapt to a post-COVID world, and with the Higher Education sector looking ahead to a new academic year, it can come as little surprise that personal tutoring is featuring high on the priority list of many institutions. Offering an effective way to stay in touch with students working remotely, and a purposeful and structured means of helping students grow and flourish, personal tutoring can help students differentiate themselves in a highly competitive job market. This event will explore the benefits of supporting and encouraging students to tell their story effectively and demonstrate how flipped approaches to personal tutoring, supported by eportfolio, can make a significant difference to both student and institutional outcomes.

Dr David Grey, CEO, UKAT
Dr George Steele, Retired, Ohio State University
Matthew Wheeler, Director of Service and Partnerships, PebblePad
Dr Peter Hagen, Associate Dean of General Studies and Director, Center for Academic Advising, Stockton University, USA
Dr Celia Greenway, Director of Student Engagement, University of Birmingham
Paul Wasko, ePortfolio Initiative Coordinator, University of Alaska Anchorage
Kris Pole, Director of Teaching Enhancement (Business School), Canterbury Christ Church University