Students engaging in their own learning

This element of the Student Engagement Framework is about supporting students to take responsibility for successful learning, enabling them to shape their own experience and the outcomes they want to achieve. It is about encouraging students to be active partners in the learning process.

The 'Learning and Teaching Engagement' section of the resource library contains lots of information relating  to this.

 

Two particularly good resources are:

Student Experience Research 2012 Part 1 Teaching and Learning - NUS & QAA

NUS UK's Student Experience Research 2012 (Part 1: Teaching and Learning), aiming to providing an insight into the student view of learning and teaching; produced jointly with QAA UK.

Please see link below:

http://www.qaa.ac.uk/Publications/InformationAndGuidance/Pages/Student-Experience-Research-12-Part-1.aspx

Student Experience Research 2012 Part 2 Independent Learning and Contact Hours - NUS & QAA

NUS UK's Student Experience Research 2012 (Part 2: Independent Learning and Contant Hours), aiming to providing an insight into the student view of learning and teaching; produced jointly with QAA UK.

Please see link below:

http://www.qaa.ac.uk/Publications/InformationAndGuidance/Pages/Student-Experience-Research-12-Part-2.aspx

 

From the resource library page you  can also use the resource library search box where  you can input specific search terms such as -

'engagement', 'learning' or any other suitable criteria including Institution Titles and this will bring  up all information relating to your  search.

The Top 10 Most Viewed resources can also  be found on the resource library page.

Student Engagement Framework

sparqs Conference: Student Engagement for All

28 Mar 2019

Registration is still currently open for the sparqs' conference, as long as places remain!  Student Engagement for…

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