Student input

Current students have the most recent and up to date experience of what being a student is like, so it makes sense to consult them at the scoping stage.  In particular, students can bring rich insights into student transition and progression needs.

Consider working with the Students as Partners approach at all stages of the curriculum design process.

Students could be involved in:

  • Consulting with other students and staff
  • Contributing their views on assessment and feedback processes
  • Planning activities
  • Preparing and evaluating resources
  • Co-delivering content
  • Contributing to feedback and evaluation
  • Leading group discussions (Peer Assisted Learning)

Students who take part in the above could be eligible for HEAR or Leicester Award accreditation. To see examples of how students could be involved, take a look at our staff-student partnership examples on Student Learning Development case studies page.

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