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Student Engagement and partnership in Combined Honours. Ruth Furlonger, Hannah Lincoln, Fae Rinaldo-Langridge, Jenni Cannon and Colin Bryson. Influences on engagement. Student expectations and perceptions – match to the ‘personal project’ and interest in subject

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student engagement and partnership in combined honours

Student Engagement and partnership inCombined Honours

Ruth Furlonger, Hannah Lincoln, Fae Rinaldo-Langridge, Jenni Cannon and Colin Bryson

influences on engagement
Influences on engagement

Student expectations and perceptions – match to the ‘personal project’ and interest in subject

Sufficient challenge and appropriate workload

Degrees of choice, autonomy, risk, and opportunities for growth and enjoyment

Trust relationships

Communication and discourse

A sense of belonging and community

Supportive social networks

Opportunities for, and participation in activities and roles – to enable ownership, self-assurance and self-efficacy

the value of partnership
The value of partnership

Is a good thing in its own right (e.g. ethical and democratic)

Sharing control and responsibility between staff and students

Easy to do outside the curriculum

So how do we co-own the curriculum?

independent research project
Independent Research Project

Co-created by students – wanted a way to explore interdisplinary nature of degree and create projects authentic to professional life

Truly independent and student led - reflected in assessment

Creates space in curriculum to be completely independent and gives students confidence to take risks

Diverse and innovative projects

Students engage with subjects they're passionate about with outstanding outcomes

hannah s project
Hannah’s Project

My degree

Chinese, French and Management

My project

How can I relate it to my subjects?

graduate development modules
Graduate Development Modules

Student working group on SSC designed the module

Opportunity to gain academic credit for roles in CH community – about 50% take part in module

Perfect vehicle for individuals to maximise the personal benefits from their roles

Partnership – allows for co-ownership of modules

Students feel confident to take on ambitious projects that benefit wider CH community

jenni s journey
Jenni’s Journey
  • Initially chose module as a way to have more time to take on multiple roles – PASS and the SSC
  • Meant that they were a priority and not secondary to academic work – focus on self-reflection and goal setting means roles are a much more conscious undertaking
      • Not just ‘going through the motions’
  • Project – curriculum design
      • Opportunity to leave a legacy, create real change, and hopefully inspire other students to do the same
an investigation into the impact of partnership on civic engagement
An Investigation into the Impact of Partnership on Civic Engagement
  • Personal motivation and interest in civic engagement related to career aspirations
  • Qualitative research:
    • What kind of partnership? Has this changed them?
    • How civically engaged are the students?
    • Causal relationship between partnership and civic engagement?
  • Partnership as a microcosm of civic engagement and a transformative catalyst
  • Mixed results – partnership is a work in progress
over to you now
Over to you now…

Adopting these ideas for your own practice and context