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Microcredentialing professional skills that underpin graduate attributes

25 July 2019
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building
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Connecting Reflective Practice with Experiential Learning. A UNSW Scientia Education Academy public lecture presented by Professor Patsie Polly, UNSW Medicine

A system of connecting student reflective ePortfolios to experiential learning and skills development has been established within various courses and degree programs at UNSW.

This presentation will focus on the process of building student awareness of their professional skills development and graduate attributes through experiential opportunities and reflective practice within coursework. Professor Polly will also discuss how microcredentialing can be used to recognise these skills. Importantly, the value of microcredentialing for the purposes of future presentation/employability by students/graduates will be explored.

Join us as Professor Polly will be presenting the implementation of an institutional microcredentialing framework and related activities that have been developed and are ongoing via BadgeCop – our UNSW community of practice. These activities have been established and supported as part of a Scientia Education Investment Funded (SEIF#1) project that Patsie is presently leading at UNSW.

Join us for the Scientia Education lecture, followed by nibbles and drinks


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Professor Patsie Polly

Patsie Polly is a Scientia Education Fellow, Education Focussed Champion and Professor in Pathology, within the School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Medicine. Recognised nationally and internationally as a medical research scientist, leading teacher and innovative education researcher, she has infused her extensive medical research experience into the classroom by strategically integrating adaptive lessons, ePortfolio pedagogy and collaborative communities of practice to allow her students to learn career-relevant professional skills.