‘Becoming Student’- partnerships and voices. Developing a ‘relationships for academic success and transformation’ model
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Aims of project: - To understand the experiences of ‘becoming’ and ‘being’ a student in Higher Education - To understand and assess pedagogic practices that lead to student transformation - To research student’s changing roles and culture as linked to Higher Education reform alongside questions of academic success, student voice, empowerment and inclusive pedagogies. - To develop a ‘relationships for academic success and transformation’ model for use across disciplines at Plymouth University.
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