This paper will explore current practices popular in the Scottish higher education sector, which institutions and student associations use to enhance partnership working and enable students to cocreate their educational experience, particularly in the evaluation of their learning and teaching.
We will look at three main tools; firstly, the development and implementation of Student Partnership Agreement’s (SPAs) to build effective partnership working. Secondly, the practice of Student-led Teaching Awards (SLTAs) as an alternative vehicle for evaluating learning and teaching. Finally, the role of a robust student representation system to aid institutions in collecting and responding to feedback, as well as considering how best to foster an environment that supports students to give meaningful, purposeful feedback.
This paper was presented at the 2019 European Learning & Teaching Forum and reflects the views of the named authors only.