Aims of ‘Engaging students as partners in global learning’ (SaPGL)

The Australian Learning and Teaching Fellowship titled ‘Engaging students as partners in global learning’ focussed attention and developed expertise on engaging students with staff as co-designers and co-producers of globally relevant curriculum and learning experiences.

Specifically, the Fellowship  had five aims, to develop …

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New understandings through research on the perceptions and motivations of students and staff engaging as partners in global learning, and the blockers and enablers of partnerships in global learning

New capacity for staff and students to work in partnership to make changes in formal, hidden and informal curricula in order to enhance global learning

New connections developed through fellowship events, presentations, and a community of scholars

New practices in global learning, co-designed by staff and students in universities

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Raised awareness and debate regarding the potential, possibilities and pitfalls regarding students as partners in global learning