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October 17, 2020 50 min
Today my guest is Associate Professor Kelly Matthews, a teacher and Academic Researcher at The University of Queensland’s Institute for Teaching & Learning Innovation. Kelly asks: Why can’t students be more involved in curriculum and assessment decisions? In this episode we look at Students as Partners, currently a growing practice in higher education that challenges assumptions about the role of students in learning, teaching, and university decision-making. We explore the value of curiosity and asking lots of questions, as well as ideas around student-voice, collaboration, empathy, and reciprocity. Kelly also reflects on the profound impact of Hurricane Katrina on her personal and professional approach. Links: Five Propositions for Genuine Students as Partners Practice Conceptions of Students as Partners Connecting Learning, Teaching, and Research Through Student–Staff Partnerships: Toward Universities as Egalitarian Learning Communities,+teaching,+and+research+through+student%E2%80%93staff+partnerships:+Toward+universities+as+egalitarian+learning+communities&source=bl&ots=P60lwhkYcG&sig=-qIPu-rux8YU_3ACxhoZhYFQssE&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjm8sOdk-jaAhWImpQKHZBbBVcQ6AEIWDAF#v=onepage&q&f=false Writing about Learning and Teaching in Higher Education
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