An overview of the SaP approach used in Protein Science: negotiation of curriculum and assessment for increased engagement

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Love, Christopher
Crough, Julie
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2018
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Our Students as Partners (SaP) approach successfully enhanced the engagement of students in Protein Science, a second-year biochemistry course, by allowing them to contribute to the curricula and assessment. The SaP strategy was threefold: 1. To offer students with a choice of topics for part of the course; 2. To create an opportunity for students to design multiple choice questions, with scaffolding, which formed part of the assessment; and 3. To provide a forum for student reflection and evaluation of their partnership experiences. Our poster will provide an overview of the course design and student reflections of their SaP experience.

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2018 National Students as Partners Roundtable Program

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Higher education

Curriculum and pedagogy

Learning sciences

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Love, C; Crough, J, An overview of the SaP approach used in Protein Science: negotiation of curriculum and assessment for increased engagement, 2018 National Students as Partners Roundtable Program, 2018