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Creating Common Learning: The contribution of a Student Reference Group. New Generation Project Student Reference Group. Angie Adams Tracie Brook Justin Day Anne Haywood Nick Le Provost. A Student Reference Group?.

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Creating Common Learning: The contribution of a Student Reference Group

New Generation Project Student Reference Group

Angie AdamsTracie BrookJustin DayAnne HaywoodNick Le Provost

a student reference group
A Student Reference Group?

What can involving students in the development of curriculum do for your institution?

involvement in the new generation project
Involvement in the New Generation Project
  • During pilot studies a feedback mechanism was needed in order to develop future curriculum
  • This consultation process valued the opinions and experiences of students from various professional backgrounds
  • Provided a true student perspective
examples of our impact
Examples of our Impact
  • Unit development – pilot studies
  • E-assignment handling system – consultation process
  • Study guides – evaluation and feedback
  • Staff selection – Inter Professional Co-ordinators
peer assessment
Peer Assessment
  • Integration into Common Learning
  • Student literature review
  • Development of the process and tools
  • Important to include right from the outset
  • Changing staff attitudes
involving students
Involving Students
  • Respect the student experience
  • Put in what you expect to get out
  • Provide knowledge of the bigger picture
  • Challenge students with new ideas
student qualities
Student Qualities
  • Willing to participate
  • Responsibility for future students
  • Desire to make a difference
  • Variety of backgrounds
for students involved
For Students Involved
  • Constant challenge to self
  • Skills acquisition – team work
  • Insight into curriculum implementation
  • Benefits for future career

“If you want active participation of students in your curriculum then you need active participation of students in the development of your curriculum”