Students as Partners: A model to promote student engagement in post-COVID-19 teaching and learning
Keywords:COVID-19, teaching and learning, quality assurance, student engagement, student partnership
The COVID-19 pandemic brought a seismic shift to the ways and means in which higher education institutions (HEIs) approached teaching, learning and assessment provision. The medium and longer-term effects of COVID-19 are likely to have an impact on the approaches of education, to which students and staff could work collaboratively as ‘partners’ in ensuring a student-centred approach. Development of a culture of Student Partnership has been identified as a means of working within resource constraint environments and optimising educational experiences for students and staff alike. This paper makes a series of recommendations aimed and supporting and enhancing the quality of higher education in the post-COVID 19 future.
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