Hearing the student voice: using students to enhance professional development practice in learning, teaching and assessment in Higher Education
|Date(s)||Friday 23 March 2007|
|Venue||Leeds Metropolitan University|
|Organised by||Napier University, Leeds Metropolitan University, UCE Birmingham and the University of Westminster and funded by Escalate.|
This seminar will provide an opportunity for participants to learn of current work investigating the student voice involving the development of case studies which will be showcased and to explore the relevance of this strategy to their own situation. The session will be of interest to educational and staff developers, teaching and learning coordinators and academic staff. The seminar is organised by the Hearing the Student Voice project, a collaborative project involving Napier University, Leeds Metropolitan University, UCE Birmingham and the University of Westminster and funded by the Escalate subject centre.
For more information about this project go to the ESCalate development grant current projects page.
The seminar will· discuss the value and effectiveness of using the student voice within academic staff development· feature case studies of innovative practice developed by the project team and others and involving students· provide opportunities to explore what works best through interactive opportunities provided for participants and a discussion of relevant issues · enable participants to share their experiences of using the student voice· involve students.The seminar will be held in the Carnegie Stand, The Carnegie Stadium, Headingley, Leeds.
For further information about the project visit the Hearing the Student Voice website at www.napier.ac.uk/studentvoices/
A seminar is also planned for Glasgow (9th May).
To book your place at this event, please complete the booking form attached to this page by March 10th and send or email it to: Sarah Cullen, Carnegie Hall, Headingley Campus, Headingley, Leeds LS6 3QS.S.Cullen@leedsmet.ac.uk, 0113 2832600 ext 3537