Pedagogies of partnership: what works?

Derricott, Dan and Horsley, Reece (2015) Pedagogies of partnership: what works? In: RAISE Conference 2015, 10 - 11 September 2015, Nottingham Trent University.

Documents
RAISE Presentation.pptx
[img]
[Download]
[img] Microsoft PowerPoint
RAISE Presentation.pptx

7MB
Item Type:Conference or Workshop contribution (Presentation)
Item Status:Live Archive

Abstract

The past academic year, the University of Lincoln has been undertaking HEA funded research into the pedagogies involved partnership based teaching. The work, builds upon the NFTS funded Student as Producer initiative at the University of Lincoln, which has established research engaged teaching and learning as the organising principle of the university.

Where Student as Producer focussed primarily on driving institutional change, this research explores in further detail the pedagogical approaches that foster meaningful partnership across four areas within the university: Biomedical Science, History, Media Production and Psychology.

The project itself has utilised the principles of partnership, being carried out between staff and four students. It aims to understand partnership, both within the context of teaching and learning as well as in the broader context of university development. In addition to this the project looks to understand which practices have the most favourable impact on a students’ approach to their learning, and how we can use that to inform the development of teaching practices, teachers and student representatives.

This session will present the findings of the report, providing key themes discovered in the project as well as introducing case studies of best practice going on within the university. The second part of the session will turn from looking at what has done, to what still can be done, through the use of resources that highlight what works in partnership based approaches to teaching and learning and the impact it can have on the student experience.
This session will be widely applicable to those that are still grappling with internal struggles to institutionalise the concept of partnership, rather than it existing only in pockets of good practice.

Additional Information:Student Engagement: Inspiring Innovation
Keywords:pedagogies of partnership, pedagogy, student as producer, bmjconvert
Subjects:X Education > X342 Academic studies in Higher Education
Divisions:Professional services > Lincoln Higher Education Research Institute
ID Code:19516
Deposited On:08 Nov 2015 19:55

Repository Staff Only: item control page