student as co-producer

Hearing the student voice: finding value in feedback

In this post, the Teaching and Learning Centre’s Dr Erik Blair considers the nature and value of student feedback, and the importance of considering how it reflects a student’s experience.

Students are no longer the passive recipients of knowledge, they are the co-creators of their own learning experience. As educators we look to develop student autonomy and want students to […]

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    Meet the Excellence in Education Award Winners, 2016: Dr Jennifer Jackson-Preece

Meet the Excellence in Education Award Winners, 2016: Dr Jennifer Jackson-Preece

Dr Jackson-Preece is an Associate Professor of Nationalism, with a joint appointment in both the European Institute and the Department of International Relations. Her teaching is underpinned by a collaborative approach designed to support students as co-producers of knowledge and includes innovative use of technology to explore themes and narratives.
‘While I have maybe been considering an idea for years, […]

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Approaches to reading week at LSE and beyond

2015-16 saw LSE extend Michaelmas and Lent terms by one week. One of the aims of the re-structuring was to offer departments the time and flexibility to introduce alternative opportunities for teaching and learning. Departments have chosen to use the additional weeks in different ways. Some have used the lengthened term to stagger lecture and class teaching, while many […]

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Students as producers: LSESU shares its plans for ‘re-imagining’ an LSE education

LSESU Education Officer Jon Foster talked to Jane Hindle about two exciting projects that aim to engage students in the big questions about their education

 

First of all, Jon, what motivated you to stand for the LSESU Education Officer post?

Overall, I loved my time at LSE. I met some incredible people, was involved in some wonderful societies and was […]

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Resource of the week: student as co-producer of the curriculum

In advance of an interview coming on Thursday with Jon Foster, LSESU Education Officer, about his plans for involving LSE students in conversations about their own education, our resource this week is Student as co-producer in a marketised higher education system: a case study of students’ experience of participation in curriculum design, by Philip Carey (Innovations in Education and […]

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