‘We all worked together…’: Student Voices in Teaching and Learning

Recently, the School of Engineering hosted an all-school T&L Forum to explore what worked (and didn’t) in their Semester 1 courses, the panel consisted two staff and two students who had studied in the courses taught by the staff members.

After the session, the students were offered the opportunity to write a short reflection for “Elemental” our SoTL blog to illustrate the benefits of being included in the event.  They beautifully amplify the benefits reported in he students-as-partners literature, including an enhanced understanding of their own learning and a stronger sense of belonging.

You can read their contributions here.