Building on the success of the inaugural Students as partners change programme this year’s Students as partners in the curriculum change programme focuses on helping HE institutions develop their capacity to work with students to enhance the curriculum in the broadest sense.
A distinctive feature of the programme is that each participating team must include at least two students working alongside academic staff professional services staff and senior managers.
The Students as partners programme ran from in February 2014 until April 2015 project details from participating institutions can be found below.
The following teams are participating in the current programme:
- Nottingham Trent University: What's in it for me?
- Robert Gordon University: Strategic embedding of a student-led learning enhancement team
- University of Bristol: Reflective learners responsive curricula
- University of Dundee: Sustainable peer led teaching and digital professionalism
- University of Exeter: Peer-assisted learning at the University of Exeter: Exeter PALs
- University of Strathclyde: Students as Partners in transforming feedback and assessment
- University of the West of Scotland: Partners in learning/partners in research: Developing a culture of research mindedness in social science students
- University of Winchester: Students shaping curriculum: ideas evidence and practice
Notes on the inaugural programme (2013) and an overview of the 2014-15 programme participating institutions and case studies can be read below.