A scaffolded and supported approach is recommended that can lead progressively to learner autonomy, peer-to-peer learning, and can help students connect with networks and communities. We first report on a study in which the team explored the perceptions of quality learning of ethnically diverse students at four universities in the United Kingdom and use some of our findings around independent learning as a trigger for this contribution and the resource we share.
This resource aims to be a hands-on inquiry to be used in staff and student development sessions and provides activities to enable participants to open up and explore alternative ways of learning and teaching that have the potential to lead to more connected experiences and personal growth and maturity as a learner.
|Title of host publication||Rethink Learning Design|
|Publication status||Published - 24 Jan 2023|