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Student Engagement Workshop

On the curriculum design and evaluation module Angela Dove and I ran a student engagement workshop. This workshop focused on why students should be engaged in designing curriculum but also how we might do this so it was meaningful. The session used a framework from the Learner Voice a handbook from futurelab published in 2006. The framework uses five types of participation which are:

  • inform
  • consult
  • involve
  • collaborate
  • empower

in the workshop a range of activities were suggested from co-chairing meetings, to using feedback to feed into the next year of the programme and providing optional modules with credit for students to be involved. There was also discussion around some examples of how to engage students in specific activities.

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