So this is it…after a year and a half I am saying goodbye to Partners in Learning. I’m feeling a mix of emotions, relief that my perfectionist mind can have a break over the summer, sadness as I am leaving an office with the kindest colleagues I have ever had the experience of working with, excitement for my future and whatever the heck it holds for me from here, and a sense of nostalgia, reminiscing on happy memories from my time with PiL.
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Phil and Georgia share the secret to authentic partnership to the University of Winchester at the Student Fellows Scheme Conference
Are you bored with the same old, same old? Do you feel a pang of jealousy when you find out your friends have been part of something awesome that you knew nothing about? Do you wish you had the upper hand when it comes to getting a job? Is it too time-consuming to search for an opportunity that is right for you, trawling through webpage after webpage? Then look no further…the student engagement mapping tool creates a space where you can find all the extra-curricular activities the university has to offer all in one easy to find, easy to digest place. Hallelujah!
Our presentation was titled “X Marks the Spot: Mapping Student Engagement at CCCU”…and from the response we received, we definitely hit the spot!!
We asked a small group of students what made them feel part of the University community, the responses we gathered covered a wide range of areas.
Student ideas are an integral part of Partners in Learning; but your involvement certainly doesn’t just stop there…Partners in Learning gives you the opportunity to be part of actually making your ideas happen and put them into practice.
Broadstairs’ student Dan Loveday reveals how working with Partners in Learning allowed him to discover Canterbury and a whole wealth of other students and staff he may have never met.
Sophie reflects on her experience as a Partners in Learning student working on the Learning and Teaching Strategy project, and perhaps what she might have done differently.
A year ago Georgia would not have even considered being part of something like Partners in Learning, but now she’s loving every minute of it.
Monica recounts her experience working with Partners in Learning to create video material for the Learning & Teaching Conference.