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Enhancing Student-Centred Teaching in Higher Education

The Landscape of Student-Staff Research Partnerships

Editors: Gravett, Karen, Yakovchuk, Nadya, Kinchin, Ian (Eds.)

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  • Fills an important gap in the current literature by sharing examples of student-staff partnerships
  • Illuminate the diversity of routes students and staff can take to work, create and research in partnership
  • Argues that student-staff partnerships can be viewed as an antidote to consumerist visions of higher education
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About this book

This book explores student-staff partnerships through a breadth of co-authored research projects. There is a significant gap in current literature regarding student-staff partnerships, both in the sharing of examples as well as in the examination of partnership working and its impact. Organised into four thematic sections, the editors and contributors highlight the diversity of routes students and staff can take to work in partnership, as well as how research, learning and teaching can be co-created. Written by both university staff and student researchers, the chapters consider the benefits of student-staff partnerships as an antidote to consumerist visions of higher education, and a way of celebrating the potential of students and their voices. This book will be of interest and value to scholars of student-staff partnerships. 

About the authors

Karen Gravett is Lecturer in the Department of Higher Education at the University of Surrey, UK. Her research focuses on student and academic identities, educational transitions, academic literacies and student-staff partnerships. 
Nadya Yakovchuk is a Teaching Fellow in the Doctoral College at the University of Surrey, UK. Her areas of interest include writing and knowledge construction in the disciplines, authorial voice and identity, academic integrity and student-staff partnerships.

Ian M. Kinchin is Professor of Higher Education at the University of Surrey, UK. He is engaged in the professional development of academic staff, whilst undertaking research into university pedagogy.

Reviews

​“This book explores an innovative model of partnership between students, staff and academic developers in undertaking research into higher education practices and policies across an institution. By presenting a transformative vision of partnership in learning, teaching and research, which has the potential to change institutional culture, it addresses one of the most important issues facing higher education in the 21st century. I recommend it for readers in universities  internationally.” —Mick Healey, Higher Education Consultant and Researcher, UK
“Born from a small group within a single institution, this book exemplifies how student-staff partnership in higher education can grow to permeate individual, institutional, disciplinary, and theoretical boundaries. Readers will find pages filled with practical examples, research findings, and thought-provoking ideas which zoom from the individual partnership relationship to the landscape of partnership across the sector. Whether new to the field or looking for developmental inspiration, there’s something for everyone within this delightful anthology.”—Lucy Mercer-Mapstone, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
“This book has international relevance. It demonstrates the benefits of student-staff partnerships in capturing the diverse voices of both students and staff. The resulting text provides the reader with a multitude of examples of how to carry out partnership, and also allows for a deeper exploration of the theories behind the practice.” —Sam L. Dvorakova, PhD student, University of Edinburgh, UK

Table of contents (22 chapters)

Table of contents (22 chapters)
  • Introduction: Context and Scope

    Pages 1-10

    Yakovchuk, Nadya (et al.)

  • The Emerging Landscape of Student–Staff Partnerships in Higher Education

    Pages 11-27

    Ollis, Lucie (et al.)

  • Student Experience: Perspectives on Learning in the University and the Conservatoire

    Pages 31-44

    Hanratty, Seán (et al.)

  • Exploring the Actor–Director Relationship in the Drama School Through a Student–Tutor Dialogue

    Pages 45-58

    Barnard-Jones, Darrell (et al.)

  • Escaping the Norm of Student–Staff Partnerships

    Pages 59-76

    Anthoney, Julia (et al.)

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Hardcover $139.99
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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Enhancing Student-Centred Teaching in Higher Education
Book Subtitle
The Landscape of Student-Staff Research Partnerships
Editors
  • Karen Gravett
  • Nadya Yakovchuk
  • Ian Kinchin
Copyright
2020
Publisher
Palgrave Macmillan
Copyright Holder
The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG
eBook ISBN
978-3-030-35396-4
DOI
10.1007/978-3-030-35396-4
Hardcover ISBN
978-3-030-35395-7
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XXXIII, 380
Number of Illustrations
10 b/w illustrations, 6 illustrations in colour
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