Making Supported Experiments Happen: Presentation from Joanne Miles at Research Ed FE London, December 3rd 2016

Research ED FE and Vocational event in London on December 3rd 2016 was a really interesting and enjoyable event so thanks to Tom Bennett from Research ED for pulling it together.The Twitter hashtag on the day was #rEdFE if you want to read more about the event.

Here is my presentation the role of project management and coaching approaches in making Supported Experiments happen in colleges.

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Thanks to Diana Tremayne for her great contribution as my co-presenter on the day and here is her presentation:

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Additional Reading List

https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2012/03/04/creating-a-culture-of-innovation-and-collaboration-through-supported-experiments/

https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2016/02/08/supporting-supported-experimentstips-for-managers/

https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2014/04/03/collegeswales-quality-improvement-fund-supported-experiments-dissemination-event-2014-what-can-the-wider-fe-sector-learn-from-wales/

https://joannemilesconsulting.wordpress.com/2012/06/03/how-does-solution-focused-coaching-work-in-a-teaching-and-learning-project-such-as-supported-experiments/

 

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