Evaluating partnership and impact in the first year of the Winchester Student Fellows Scheme

Yassein El-Hakim, Savannah King, Stuart Sims, Tom Lowe

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Abstract

This article analyses the outputs of an institutional approach to student engagement that created sixty staff-student partnership opportunities aiming to enhance the learning experience. The Student Fellows Scheme awarded bursaries to students in return for co-leading a project in the broad area of educational development. The projects could be evaluations, research projects or interventions. This paper describes a systematic review of the final outputs of the Student Fellow projects and depicts the extent of staff-student partnerships and the impact of the scheme, demonstrating that the majority of projects are programme-focused, with students as the main beneficiaries. Whilst a key motivation of this review was to analyse the extent of staff-student partnerships, the lack of reference to partnership in many reports illustrated the limitations of the methodology. This review has facilitated a reorganisation of the scheme and developed a structure for continuing analysis of it into the future.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages18
JournalJournal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change
Volume2
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 5 Jan 2016
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • student engagement
  • curriculum
  • extra-curricular

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