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Title: Engaging Students in the Quality of Learning and Teaching


1
Engaging Students in the Quality of Learning and
Teaching
  • Your name
  • Your role

2
sparqs
  • Student Participation in Quality Scotland
  • Created in 2003 and funded by the Scottish
    Funding Council
  • We work with
  • All colleges and HE institutions throughout
    Scotland
  • Students Associations
  • Individual students
  • Other sector agencies
  • Aims to enhance the role of students in shaping
    their learning and institutional decisions

3
sparqs
  • Training and support training for student reps
    workshops for staff resources for students,
    student officers and staff
  • Events national conference on student
    involvement workshops, seminars, networking
    opportunities and events
  • Sharing practice publications on student
    involvement benchmarking of representative
    systems learning from other countries and
    sectors
  • Consultancy supporting individual institutional
    agendas for student engagement across Scotland

4
Objectives of this session
  1. Explore student engagement in theory
  2. Examine how student engagement can work in
    practice
  3. Identify actions that can be taken to further
    engage students

5
Volume of the student voice
hysterical
diatribe
pontificate
speech
negotiate
dialogue
vocalise
chat
whisper
mumble
mute
6
The theory of student engagement
7
How much engagement?
1. Just do it, and dont tell students
2. Do it, and tell students its happened
3. Before doing it, draw on students views and
ideas
4. Involve students in the whole process
8
Ways that students can be perceived
completers of surveys
designers analysts of feedback
information providers
active learners
experts
partners
authentic constructive dialogue
Recognised as experts in learning
9
The practice of student engagement
10
The partnership model
Staff workshops
Staff
Class rep training
Students
11
The Student Learning Experience
12
The A,B,C,D of Effective Feedback
13
Getting student feedback
  • Refer to diagrams in handbook, and consider these
    questions
  • For which elements of the Student Learning
    Experience do students give you effective and
    useful input?
  • Is the feedback you get accurate, balanced,
    constructive and depersonalised?
  • What could you do to improve the amount and type
    of feedback you receive?

14
Model of class representation
The foundations of Class Representation
Structures for representation
Channels of communication
Policies and procedures
Mechanisms for quality enhancement
The cycle of Class Representation
Opportunity profile
Reward recognition
Nomination voting
Training
Induction
15
Action planning
16
Reflection on your current practice
  • What do you, your section or institution
  • do well?
  • do, but could improve or change?
  • not do, and could try?

17
Your future actions
  • What do you want to do or change?
  • How can this be done?
  • Who else do you need to involve?
  • How can you measure the impact of this action or
    change?

18
Objectives of this session
  1. Explore student engagement in theory
  2. Examine how student engagement can work in
    practice
  3. Identify actions that can be taken to further
    engage students

19
www.sparqs.ac.uk
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Engaging Students in the Quality of Learning and
Teaching
  • Your name
  • Your role
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