Student engagement through partnership toolkit

This toolkit complements the strategic direction set out in The Higher Education Academy’s (HEA) Framework for student engagement through partnership and offers tools for reflection and planning to help you embed the framework into policy and practice. There is also a A guide to ethics and student engagement through partnership that includes two diagnostic tools to promote discussion of ethics in partnership processes. Through this toolkit you can:

Are you looking for resources relating to student engagement through partnership within the context of your subject area? This toolkit also collates HEA resources through the lens of the discipline clusters: 

Keep a look out for new material as we will be developing and adding to this toolkit over time. You can also use the Knowledge Hub to keep up-to-date with the latest news stories in this area.

You might want to start by watching this series of videos from The Higher Education Academy and the University of Westminster's 'Engaging Change in Learning and Teaching' event from March 2015:

'Engaging Change in Learning and Teaching', YouTube Playlist

Framework for student engagement through partnership  

The HEA regards student engagement through partnership as a relationship and promotes four areas where partnerships may be fostered:

  • Learning, teaching and assessment – students as active participants in their learning.
  • Curriculum design and pedagogic consultancy – student engagement in formal processes of course design, revalidation and staff development.
  • Subject-based research and inquiry – student engagement as co-researchers and co-inquirers within a programme or extra-curricular research projects.
  • Scholarship of teaching and learning– student engagement in inquiries into learning, teaching and assessment.

The HEA offers a completely flexible and bespoke consultancy service across a range of areas, including student engagement through partnership, as well as the other strategic priorities addressed through the HEA's framework series.

Framework

Research

Guidance and Teaching Resources