Learning Technology

Students as Change Agents – an insight

January 6th, 2016 at 09:01

Stephen Cox along with the Maths Change Agents Team for 2015-16

In Learning Technology we take seriously the University’s commitment to engage students in evaluation, innovation and curriculum design of their learning experience. Our colleague Carina Neil coordinates the Students as Change Agents initiative. This involves students running a number of innovative projects, supported by staff and with School approval.

The wide range of themes includes setting up peer assisted learning schemes, developing new modules and making improvements to feedback. Participating students can also take a Nottingham Advantage Award module and earn credit. The scheme enables students to make a difference to teaching and learning whilst developing project management and communication skills to boost their CVs.

A recent post on the Nottingham Advantage Award blog gives more details and an interview with a participating student: Be the change you want to see in the world!  Get involved in the Students as Change Agents Module

For more information about Students as Change Agents and what’s involved in this Advantage Award module, take a look at the web page and Workspace.

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