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An interview with Janet Hargreaves: The development of teaching and learning in higher education

By Nicole Natur and Sunnie Swinburn (Student Teaching and Learning Consultants) This is a guest blog post written by two of the students working as Teaching and Learning Consultants here at the University of Huddersfield. As part of their training … Continue reading

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The student teaching and learning consultant scheme 2.0

Following the pilot last year at the University of Huddersfield which was a Higher Education Academy funded project, I am excited that the scheme is carrying on and new students have been recruited. I have had some questions about how … Continue reading

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Student perceptions of inspirational teaching

Exploring the concept of inspirational teaching was part of the Higher Education Academy funded project Students as Teaching and Learning Consultants. As part of this I undertook a qualitative analysis of the student nominations for the category ‘inspirational teaching’ in … Continue reading

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The Future of Student Engagement – RAISE Conference 2013

The Researching, Advancing & Inspiring Student Engagement (RAISE) Network held its annual conference ‘The Future of Student Engagement: Partnerships, Practices, Policies and Philosophies’, 12-13 Sep at Nottingham Trent University. Colin Bryson from Newcastle University opened with a presentation called ‘Partnership … Continue reading

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New perspectives: reflections from Student Teaching and Learning Consultants

Through being one of many Higher Education Academy projects, I made contact with Garry Maguire and Fiona Gilbert from Oxford Brookes University. They are doing the Assignment Brief Consultancy (ABC) Project also funded by a HEA individual grant. We did … Continue reading

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Student as Producer and thoughts on the benefits of process and liminality

I visited University of Lincoln with some colleagues to hear about the Student as Producer project. A Higher Education Academy funded project to embed research-engaged-teaching across the curriculum. A conference was held at the University of Lincoln on 26-27 June 2013 … Continue reading

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Student and staff partnerships as ‘student engagement’ – on being a case study

I was asked  to present the ‘Students as Teaching and Learning Consultants” project as part of the national ‘Changing the Learning Landscape’ programme; to be a sort of ‘live’ case study at two of their strategic change workshops in April … Continue reading

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