A workshop from the Heads of University Biosciences (HUBS) and the RSB focused on engaging students as partners in teaching and learning.
Engaging students as partners in teaching and learning (T&L) continues to attract growing attention and critical debate, including in relation to enhancing the learning process itself and empowering students as T&L change agents. Student partnership can include collaborative projects, curriculum co-design and student voice initiatives. Partnership can also extend beyond teachers and students to include other stakeholders e.g. those involved in T&L support in institutions, and employers involved in authentic work-integrated learning projects.
This event will explore pedagogies associated with learning partnerships in HE from different perspectives. By the end, participants will have a better understanding of how partnerships function and the challenges and benefits of partnerships within biosciences education.
09:45 Joining online & Informal Introductions
10:05 Principles of Partnership in T&L. Dr Rachael Neal, University of Reading
10:25 Lightning Talks
11:30 Discussion - Student Partnership Experiences in the Covid-19 Teaching Environment
11.50 Lunch Break and Online Networking
12:20 Breakout discussions
13:00 ‘Learning Partnerships Inside and Outside the Curriculum', Dr Nick Freestone, Kingston University
13:45 Action planning
14:00 Close of meeting
Within the workshop we will welcome participation from attendees through our lightning talks session.
Would you be interested in contributing a lightning talk (7 minutes, plus 3 minutes for discussion) about an aspect of teaching and learning partnerships you have experience of in your institution? Any topic relating to teaching and learning partnerships is welcomed e.g. student-staff collaborative projects on any aspects of teaching, learning and support, experience of curriculum co-design, industry and employer partnerships, student voice and staff-student liaison initiatives etc.
Please provide a maximum 250 word summary of your proposed T+L partnership related topic for a lighting talk when registering by selecting the Upload an Abstract
button, and selecting the presentation
option from the drop down menu.
Workshop organisers will select 6 to 8 talks that showcase the diversity of teaching and learning partnership experiences participants have to share at the meeting. Workshop organisers will be in touch to confirm if your summary has been selected and will provide further information. If you have any questions about contributing a lightning talk please contact Dr Rachael Neal (email@example.com
) or Dr Gillian Rose (firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is this event for?
This event will be of interest to those teaching in higher education.
Cost and booking
This event is free to attend. Advance registration is essential through the link at the top of the page.