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Academy for Research, Innovation and Scholarship in Education

 





Monday 18 February, 12noon (buffet lunch included), Sighthill 2.D.08
Professor Colin Bryson, Newcastle University

ARISE Lecture: Taking a Critical Look at Partnership as the Way Forward to Enhancing Student Engagement


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The policy of working in partnership with students has much to offer, and associated practices can be valuable. As an ethos it positions staff and students as co-learners and seeks to build a mutual educational community with shared ethical values. This does much to counter neo-liberal models and influences in higher education. However, it is problematic to extend partnership to all students and staff, to be inclusive and enable all to share the indubitable benefits. By sharing candid evidence about partnership in practice we may consider how to navigate risks, barriers and pitfalls.


About Professor Colin Bryson

Professor Colin Bryson is Director of the Combined Honours Centre at Newcastle University and a National Teaching Fellow. He has worked in higher education for nearly 40 years and spent the last 15 years promoting, practising and researching how to enhance student engagement. He founded RAISE (Researching, Advancing and Inspiring Student Engagement) 10 years ago. He is fortunate to work with amazing students and colleagues to take both engagement and partnership forward.


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