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Griffith University Webinar: What can students tell us about their learning experiences?; Students as Partners (SaP) projects in engineering education: institutional issues, and staff experiences and perspectives

  • 1.  Griffith University Webinar: What can students tell us about their learning experiences?; Students as Partners (SaP) projects in engineering education: institutional issues, and staff experiences and perspectives

    Posted 18-09-2023 11:16 AM

    Please join the next L&T webinar on the 29th of September, organized by the Griffith School of Engineering and Built Environment (Australia) and SSN College of Engineering (India).  

    Title:          What can students tell us about their learning experiences?; Students as Partners (SaP) projects in engineering education: institutional issues, and staff experiences and perspectives  

    Speaker:    Dr Melanie Fleming https://www.linkedin.com/in/melanie-fleming-91505738/ and Dr Remo Cossu https://researchers.uq.edu.au/researcher/14107, Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology, The University of Queensland, Australia 

    Date:          29 September 2023           

    Time:         2 pm – 3 pm (Brisbane, Queensland Time)  

    Zoom Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82494911138?pwd=ZVVXS1RMa3FOLzQ3SUZwNEJNTm1zUT09  

      

    Abstract: The University of Queensland built on an OLT Fellowship (2015-2019) to embed a Students' as partners (SaP) or student-staff partnerships program across the institution. Projects were made available for students and staff to participate in from 2018. The Faculty of Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology developed its own separate imitative in the same year. In this presentation, we will look at the role of students and staff in these projects. This will also include a brief outline of similar initiatives in the wider literature, with a focus on the engineering education literature. Then we will explore the types and characteristics of these projects in our context by providing an overview of the range of projects. We will also examine a number of SaP projects in detail through a closer examination of a number of key projects; for example, the Analysis of Online Learning Project; the Student Feedback project; and the Course and Curriculum review. 

    Regards,

    Ivan

    Associate Professor Ivan Gratchev

    Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (SFHEA) 

    Civil Engineering Program Advisor | Work Integrated Learning Coordinator | Chair of Engineering Education Webinars

    School of Engineering and Built Environment

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  • 2.  RE: Griffith University Webinar: What can students tell us about their learning experiences?; Students as Partners (SaP) projects in engineering education: institutional issues, and staff experiences and perspectives

    Posted 29-09-2023 12:11 PM

    Helen,  I will try and observe this webinar today.  Will you be attending?  Who will be in the audience do you think?



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    David Cruickshanks-Boyd
    National Director Sustainability WSP
    2015 National President Engineers Australia
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  • 3.  RE: Griffith University Webinar: What can students tell us about their learning experiences?; Students as Partners (SaP) projects in engineering education: institutional issues, and staff experiences and perspectives

    Posted 20-11-2023 09:41 AM

    My apologies David,  I missed your post and also missed the webinar.  Did you attend?

    kind regards  Helen



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    Helen Fairweather
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  • 4.  RE: Griffith University Webinar: What can students tell us about their learning experiences?; Students as Partners (SaP) projects in engineering education: institutional issues, and staff experiences and perspectives

    Posted 21-11-2023 10:41 AM

    Yes, I did.