Co-Creative Conversation deconstructed: Comfy Café or outcome-driven classroom?

Deductive or Inductive? Freedom or control? More facilitator intervention, or less? Lessons learnt during the first Co-Creative Conversation on student engagement at University of Roehampton's Business School. Thank you, all delegates. [5 min read] Conversation as an end in itself The Knowledge or "World" Café originally envisaged by Juanita Brown in 1995 has since been... Continue Reading →

Cooperative Knowledge Café; A Co-Creative Conversation on student engagement

Tomorrow I am pleased to present my first tailored Co-Creative Conversation to lecturers at University of Roehampton's Business School. [3 min read] These days the higher education sector is full of talk about increasing student engagement. Everyone agrees that Generation Z, who are the real digital natives, see the world a little differently and have... Continue Reading →

Cooperative Learning; Optimising Initial Teacher Training

Leeds School Centred ITT is one of the longest running SCITTs in the region. With consistently 'good' or 'good with outstanding' Ofsted reports, delivering only top-quality, tried and tested strategies is a given. Cooperative Learning is ideal for PGCEs, because each of these easily-managed, content-void packages effortlessly combine so many key elements of outstanding teaching,... Continue Reading →

UK Tertiary in the 21st century; a Cooperative Learning toolkit #1

Introducing Cooperative Learning to Higher Education On 11 November 2015, UEA's School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies successfully trialled the structural approach to Cooperative Learning, to facilitate the effective student-centred learning looked for at tertiary level.   This event is a small watershed for a number of reasons. Therefore this first post examines the wider context of the session. (For details of... Continue Reading →

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