In honour of International Women’s Day, Laura Watson, Project Officer for Changing Mindsets at the University of Winchester, has written about the importance of having female role-models in academia to eliminate biases.
Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark, BA Fine Art Alumni of Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London (UAL), Visual Artist and Junior Editor at Shades of Noir, shares her reflection on her work with the Creative Mindsets team at UAL.
As part of the Changing Mindsets project we conducted a (peripheral) qualitative study relevant to our university context. We wanted to identify ways in which the Mindset workshops influenced: students’ and staff perceptions and experiences of learning, teaching and support concerning: belonging, engagement, identity development, confidence and success.
In this post, Vikki Hill outlines the work of the UAL Creative Mindsets Team over the past 3 months and introduces Emma Clayton who considers the positioning and responsibility of team members in facilitating workshops.
On 13 February 2019, The Changing Mindsets Project held a conference at Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE). Staff and Students from various Universities and organisations were present to discuss Eliminating Inequalities: Staff and students working in partnership to tackle
International Women’s Day: The importance of female role-models Written by: Laura Watson, Project Officer, University of Winchester In honour of International Women’s Day, this blog post discusses the importance of having female role-models in academia to eliminate biases. Unfortunately, women
What We Learn, We Learn by ‘Doing’ Written by: Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark, BA Fine Art Alumni of Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London (UAL), Visual Artist and Junior Editor at Shades of Noir As the discussion regarding
UAL Creative Mindsets Workshop at 15th ELIA Biennial, Resilience and the City: Art, Education, Urbanism at Masssilo, Rotterdam, The Netherlands on 23rd November 2018 Written by Vikki Hill, UAL Creative Mindsets, Project Associate (left: image from ELIA programme, right: View
Staff and student perceptions and experiences of Changing Mindsets: Influences on learning and teaching, mindset development, belonging, confidence and success Author: Jennie Jones, University of Brighton As part of the Changing Mindsets project we conducted a (peripheral) qualitative study relevant
In this post, Vikki Hill (Project Associate: Creative Mindsets) outlines the work of the UAL Creative Mindsets Team over the past 3 months and introduces Emma Clayton (CSM Fine Art Alumni and UAL Creative Mindsets Team Member) who considers the
Author: Maisha Islam, University of Winchester This blog piece will reflect upon the 2018 Changing Mindsets Mid-Project Conference from my perspective as both a delegate and student panellist from the University of Winchester. The conference was held on a sunny
Author: Juan Batley, Learner Analytics Specialist, University of Portsmouth What is Learner Analytics? Students provide their universities with a lot of data. However, how many Universities can say that all of the data collected adds value to and improves the student
On 28th June, we welcomed 200 students, staff, and stakeholders within and beyond higher education to the University of Portsmouth for a day long conference to celebrate the first year of the Office for Students funded, attainment gaps focused Changing