Rewarding, recognising, and valuing student partnerships

Join us at this one day conference organised by Dr Tim Herrick as part of the Pedagogy and Policy research cluster focusing on student partnerships within academia.

It seems obvious that value is generated through student partnership activities. In order for this value to be created, there is labour on the part of the academics, rewarded partly through financial measures and partly through prestige; and labour on the part of the student partners.

How is the student labour recognised and rewarded? Is it also through finance and prestige; or through academic credit, the promise of skills development (more or less formalised), or exhortations to moral value? In a busy ecosystem of competing demands on student time, and particularly in the context of a cost of living crisis, what are the mechanisms by which we can recognise their contributions to joint projects where the primary beneficiaries may be staff and other students?

Further details about the conference and to book you place, please visit the RAISE Partnership SIG event on eventbrite

The event is being supported by the School of Education, as part of the Pedagogy and Policy research cluster. 

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