Centers for Learning and Teaching (CLTs) provide expert advice and support to faculty members across their institutions. However, oftentimes due to limited staff members and time constraints, organising training sessions and providing classroom support to all teaching staff who need it can be challenging. Therefore more and more institutions involve students to help CLTs meet the demand for (technical) support. But what responsibilities are students entrusted with? What are the strategies CLTs use to recruit and train students?
During this seminar, we will hear from aDuring this seminar, we heard from different universities and colleges who shared their experiences, described their strategies, and shared their tips.
- Alexandra Mihai, Maastricht University, the Netherlands Students as partners in staff development and learning design. Experiences from Europe and the US
- Stuart Phillipson, Rachel Willder, and Adelaide Marshall, University of Manchester, UK
- Frederik Van de plas, KU Leuven, Belgium
- James Rutherford & Matthew Green, City, University of London, UK
Moderator: Deborah Arnold, AUNEGe, France
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