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  • 1Research & Innovation Services.

    Name: Registration No: Department: SAIMA EMAN 120233782 PSYCHOLOGY

    Signature (Student)

    Date:

    13 April, 2016

    (updated 9 January, 2017)

    Approved by Supervisor or

    PGR Tutor

    Mark Blades (Supervisor) my ref: MB/FO/YE

    My ref

    Date:

    (updated 9 January, 2017)

    You are required to submit a short summary of your training and developmental activities to illustrate how you have engaged with the DDP via this form. The purpose of this is to provide you with the opportunity to reflect on the professional skills you have developed during your studies and for the University to be assured that you have satisfied the Regulations for award of your degree.

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    List of training courses attended (both within and without the University) List of completed and submitted items of work (e.g. Literature review) List of seminars and conferences attended and whether you presented at these List of any outreach activities undertaken List of any extracurricular activities you wish to note

    PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM TO: eportfolio@sheffield.ac.uk . Failure to submit this form prior to the submission of your thesis could result in your award being withheld. (You may scan this page after gaining all the necessary signatures and submit it electronically by email).

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    DDP Admin, Graduate Research Centre, Room D17k, Dainton Building, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, S3 7HF

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    List of training courses attended (both within and without the University) Staff and students trainings at University of Sheffield (2013-2015)

    1. Viva Survivor 2. Advanced Communication Skills - Media Training 3. Twitter for teaching and professional enhancement 4. Using Personality Types with Mentees 5. Supporting the supporters course on Supporting Students experiencing mental health

    difficulties 6. Half day Academic Writing Retreat 7. The 301 Student Skills and Development Centre - Sharpening Skills, Developing Minds 8. Academic Culture: Transitions & Expectations 9. Managing Inappropriate Behaviour by Students 10. Small Group Teaching: Seminar Facilitation 11. Teaching: Design & Delivery 12. Large Group Teaching: Problem-Solving 13. Small Group Teaching: Laboratory Demonstration 14. Show and TEL Showcase 15. Personal Pathway: "Been there, done some of that" Explorer Event (AFHEA/FHEA focus) 16. Large Group Teaching: Lecturing 17. Creating Effective Collaboration 18. Introduction to Academic Publishing: A Seminar for Postgraduate Students 19. Writing Research Publications - LIFE SCIENCES 20. Fire, Health and safety training: DSE, and out of hours training 21. Endnotes training 22. Women Speed networking event: learning about career, family, leadership, time management

    and attending conferences 23. Internal student seminars; public talks, PG Caf Forum event presentations, Departmental

    Seminar, reading groups; SHEP seminars; Teacher talk/interviews sessions for undergraduates 24. Workshop on teaching and learning about race 25. Public Engagement with Research Masterclass 2: Working in partnership with others at John

    Carr Design Suite, 1-4pm. 26. Workshop on open access to research data 27. Training session on Language teaching festival 28. Webinar on Mindfulness in Everyday life! 29. Ethics session using three resources (5 students); Critical Islam, Curiosity and Ethics talk;

    Ethics lecture by Dr. Pete Redgrave 30. Awareness raising session: Safeguarding Children 31. Campus tour training 32. CSCY Naughty Children Part Three: New Ways of Working with Children Workshop 33. Workshop on Scoping out your research grant proposal: broad and/or narrow? 34. Workshop on quantitative research methods of the dynamics of childhood wellbeing and the

    effects of growing up in poverty. 35. Attended workshop on workplace silence and destructive leadership at ICOSS 36. A lecture on behavioural genetics by Richard Rowe apart from multivariate statistics course 37. Learning session about exhibition space

  • 338. Webinar attended on secure and insecure Love and Webinar on Social Media and Marketing

    for Mental Health Professionals

    39. Development course by Commonwealth Scholarship Commission

    Skill based courses at University of Sheffield

    40.Advanced Quantitative Methods: Multi-level Modelling using SPSS (1 day school) 41. First Steps with N-Vivo 42. Speaking Skills for Research Purposes - ELT6060 (12 session course) 43.Thesis Writing: Principles and Practice - ELT6050 (12 session course) 44. Advanced Quantitative Methods: Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using Mplus (1 day school) 45. Promoting yourself well at interviews 46. Copyright for eTheses 47. STA - Assessment and Feedback 48. STA - Research Supervision

    Other trainings at University of Sheffield (2013-2015)

    49. InstEAD (Institute for Economic analysis of Decision-making) Workshop on 'Exploring the Intersections between Economics and Psychology'.

    50. Religion and Belief Tandem Learning course 51. Ethics reviewer training workshop 52. Core quantitative research methods 53. Ethics module 54. AQM Workshop 55. Turn-taking in conversation: a multi- disciplinary approach 56. Campus tour training 57. Trainings completed on health and safety: DSE, fire training and out of hours training

    Research trainings

    1. Viva Survivor 2. Creating Effective Collaboration 3. Introduction to Academic Publishing: A Seminar for Postgraduate Students 4. Writing Research Publications - LIFE SCIENCES 5. Public Engagement with Research Masterclass 2: Working in partnership with others at

    John Carr Design Suite, 1-4pm. 6. Workshop on open access to research data 7. Workshop on Scoping out your research grant proposal: broad and/or narrow? 8. Workshop on quantitative research methods of the dynamics of childhood wellbeing

    and the effects of growing up in poverty. 9. Advanced Quantitative Methods: Multi-level Modelling using SPSS (1 day school) 10. First Steps with NVivo 11. Speaking Skills for Research Purposes - ELT6060 (12 session course) 12. Thesis Writing: Principles and Practice - ELT6050 (12 session course) 13. Advanced Quantitative Methods: Introduction to Structural Equation Modelling using

    Mplus (1 day school) 14. STA - Research Supervision

  • 4 15. Advanced Multivariate statistics 16. Systematic reviewing of psychological research 17. SPSS AMOS one to one training session

    List of completed and submitted items of work (e.g. Literature review)

    Thesis completed

    List of seminars and conferences attended and whether you presented at these List of Seminars and workshops attended

    2013

    1. Women Speed networking event: learning about career, family, leadership, time management and attending conferences

    2. Why do clinicians fail to deliver evidence-based practice? The case of CBT for the eating disorders

    3. Internal student seminars: a. Adult Japanese voice imitation abililities: Cultural expectations of Gender by Emily

    Collins b. Neural substrates of goal monitoring (trying to investigate) by Yael Benn

    4. PG Caf Forum event presentations: a. The role of microRNA-196a and HOXB9 in Head and Neck Cancer by Lav Darda: b. Life and Death of Massive Stars in the Local Universe by Chris Rosslowe: c. Flow Control for Aircraft Aerodynamics by Raybin Yu d. Research career landscape by Dr. Kay Guccione (guest speaker)

    5. From whiskers to fingertips and from biology to robotics how we learn about the world through active touch by Professor Tony Prescott, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield

    6. Old Problems, New Approaches: Insights into prospective memory (PM) deficits in clinical and non-clinical samples by Dr Teresa Burke, University College Dublin

    7. Workshop on teaching and learning about race 8. Internal seminars:

    a. Ying Zheng discussed `Linking balanced neural excitation and inhibition to resting states, brain rhythms, and the negative BOLD signal

    b. Jane Herbert discussed `Classical conditioning and prenatal alcohol exposure.

    9. 'Immigration and the UK Economy' is the theme of the 2013 Knoop Lecture with the Department of Economics. This year's lecture is given by Jonathan Portes, Director of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, economics blogger and former government economist.

  • 510. Joint attention and communication in chimpanzees: what is special about human

    communication? by Dr Katie Slocombe, University of York 11. The Action Learning Set : Discussion of ethical issues keeping in view some case studies at

    University of Sheffiled 12. Is Science Magic? Seminar by Professor Richard Jones and Professor Tony Ryan 13. Departmental seminar by Professor Jane Ogden, University of Surrey: Understanding

    successful weight loss maintenance; the role of life events and the development of teachable moments intervention

    14. Parents in Academia Coffee morning, Managing Maternity/Paternity leave 15. Attended LIFE SCIENTIFIC: An interview with Professor Jim Al-Khalili about his views on

    quantum physics, the origin of life, time travel, and being in the media. 16. Guest lecture by Kevin Mahoney, Networking-a brief in