Students as partners in subject based research and inquiry + the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) at the International Summer Institute on Students as Partners

Matthews, Kelly, Mercer-Mapstone, Lucy, Dvorakova, Lucie Sam and Groenendijk, Lauren (2016) Students as partners in subject based research and inquiry + the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) at the International Summer Institute on Students as Partners. McMaster University,

Author Matthews, Kelly
Mercer-Mapstone, Lucy
Dvorakova, Lucie Sam
Groenendijk, Lauren
Title Students as partners in subject based research and inquiry + the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) at the International Summer Institute on Students as Partners
Place of publication McMaster University
Publication date 2016-05-05
Year available 2016
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Students as partners in subject based research and inquiry – The focus of this workshop is on how students may become the producers of knowledge rather than the consumers of knowledge through undertaking, for example, undergraduate research, inquiry based learning, problem based learning, community based learning and case based learning. These experiences may be for selected students outside the curriculum or mainstreamed so that all students have the opportunity to experience them as part of the curriculum. Students as partners in the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) – Traditionally faculty and staff research the experience of students in SoTL projects. Here we examine examples of students co-inquiring into the learning experiences of other students and how they can be involved actively in enhancing the quality of teaching, learning and assessment they receive.
Additional Notes Online here: https://macblog.mcmaster.ca/summer-institute/institute-structure/program/

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