SaP in curriculum and assessment design, and negotiation of assessment in a second-year biochemistry course

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Love, Christopher
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2018
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A lack of active participation in lectures and small problem-based classes led to a trial of a Students as Partners (SaP) approach with the aim of increasing student engagement in a second-year biochemistry course. The goals were threefold: to involve students in negotiating a number of topics to form part of the curricula; to design assessment, and negotiate the level of their assessment that should be included in the final exam; and finally, to provide a forum for student reflection and evaluation of their partnership experiences.

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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, SaP in curriculum and assessment design, and negotiation of assessment in a second-year biochemistry course. 2018 National Students as Partners Roundtable, 2018