Whether you are in education wanting to encourage learning, or wanting to encourage application and innovation in the workplace, this one is for you!
You can learn more about Staci's work by following her on facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stacijordanshelton) or checking out her current programs (https://stacijordanshelton.podia.com/dashboard).
In this episode we explore how an increasing number of students are assessing the climate activity and sustainability of an Education Institution when making the choice to enroll, and the need for considering sustainability impacts with International recruitment.
Ailsa joins us from Pomegranate Global, and is co-founder of CAN-IE
Need to implement more sustainability practices? http://www.pomegranateglobal.com.au/
Wanting to join the movement? http://www.can-ie.org/
For our final episode of this season, Tanya is interviewed by Ben Hallett of Vygo about what drives her, and why Student Experience is her passion, and Learn Grow Become is the vehicle.
Success is defined differently by all of us. We need to be able to tailor to individuals on a large scale. To do that, we need to think beyond automation and self-serve.
In today's episode we are joined by Trish McCluskey of Victoria University discussing the impact their transition to an integrated Students as Partners and Block model have had for their first year students - and how this approach set them up for success during COVID19.
Getting students back on campus is still the key focus for Universities around the world... but the students they will get back are not the same. In today's podcast we talk about the post-COVID brain and how this will impact student outcomes over a longer term, and why "Back to Normal" is not going to happen as easily as we might like.
Resources mentioned in our conversation include:
ROI Economic and Social Indicators and TVET: Understanding the Return on Investment from TVET: A Practical Guide (2020). Paris UNESCO & NCVER Publishing. Authors Jane Schueler & Phil Loveder. https://unevoc.unesco.org/home/ROI+practical+guide
Neurotechnology and Brain Fitness/Training: Tracey Butler, Jane Schueler & Jay R. Lucker (2020) Changes in Auditory Processing After Completing The Listening Program Training, International Journal of Listening, https://doi.org/10.1080/10904018.2020.1772071
Today we talk about the importance of connected community and the benefits that online communities bring even when students are on campus. Alaia is the co-founder of Jumbea (jumbea.com) and joins us from Paris.
In today's episode we talk about the issues of student debt, and the importance of personalised career decisions - which higher education option is right for whom? It's not a one-size-fits-all.
You can learn more about the work of Adebisi Adebowale at https://Upliftology.co
In today's Student Experience episode we talk Innovation with social and environmental awareness, and how embedding these values and principles we are not only enhancing student experience, but also changing the way they approach innovation throughout their careers.
Definite employability skills for future success!
Lemelson’s site: https://www.lemelson.org/
Free resources for teaching and learning “Inventing Green”: https://venturewell.org/inventing-green-toolkits/
About Engineering for One Planet: https://venturewell.org/environmentally-responsible-engineering/
In today's episode we talk with Dr Lydia Woodyatt about the importance of connection with our students, particularly as academics, and how that plays a significant part of student experience and well-being.
Ben shares how inspiration from their own student journey lead to a career change and the creation of Vygo, and we discuss the benefit of online peer to peer connection particularly in times of disconnection.
To learn more about Vygo: Vygoapp.com
To learn more about The Mentor Academy: thementor.academy
Today we get to hear from the source - about the 5 senses of success, what changes do we need to adapt to in higher education to survive and thrive, and what are some of the mindset shifts we need to make as academics and administrators...
We discuss the importance of keeping the end goal - career or employment - in mind during our studies. It can be easy to focus on just the learning experience, and yet without an employment outcome at the end the experience is somewhat emptier...
Claire has kindly shared some useful student resources:
‘Your Application Toolkit’ can be downloaded via the link in my website
My social media handles are:
In this episode we explored strategies for changing the way we approach student processes and policies, to really get to know our students and redesign our communication approach to really connect with them.
Joining me today is proud Darumbal and South Sea Islander woman, Dr Melinda Mann.
Today we talk about the power of lived experience, and of asking our students what they need. Throwing out assumptions and process before people, we explore how we can best support the students of today.
Desiree is the current (outgoing) President of the National Union of Students in Australia, and an expert consultant to the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA). Desiree joins us from Melbourne and shares her perspectives as a student, as a student representative, and with regards to the current Higher Education environment with all its many challenges and opportunities to create a really supportive student experience.