||Students taking ownership of their learning and stepping out of their comfort zone has become one of the major strategic goals of CUHK Strategic Plan 2021–2025. Involving students as partners in teaching and learning development is an essential strategy that encourages students to take bolder steps in their learning journey. On the way to SaP, there are barriers to program design and collaborative teaching and learning. This symposium aims to provide more insights of student-teacher co-creation on curriculum and in the community and valuable experiences sharing from local and international experts.
- To discuss the impact of student-staff co-creation on curriculum and in the community.
- To discuss the equity and diversity in institutional approaches to student-staff partnership in higher education.
||Professor Lee Wing Yan, Vivian
Associate Professor, Centre for Learning Enhancement And Research
Students as Partners in curriculum design: how do we involve all students?
Dr. Catherine Bovill
Senior Lecturer in Student Engagement
Institute for Academic Development
The University of Edinburgh
Students as Partners projects in CUHK
Professor Darwin TM Lau and Community Partners
Department of Mechanical and Automation Engineering
The Chinese University of Hong Kong
||21 July 2021 (TBC)
||1500-1700 (Hong Kong Time)
||Academic staff from Tertiary Institutions (both overseas and local)
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