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Lessons from a U:PASS leader, one year in

By Abbey Warren,

Abbey Warren is a second year Bachelor of Biotechnology and Bachelor of Business student who leads in Cell Biology and Genetics as a U:PASS leader. U:PASS Leaders are high achieving students who facilitate study classes in a range of first and second year subjects. I’ve never been as nervous...

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5 things I have learnt about working with students as partners

By Georgina Barratt-See,

Attending the First and Further Year Forum earlier this year in April on Students As Partners made me think about how much I’ve learnt working with students for the past 19 years and how much I’ve grown from the experience.  So without further ado, here are five things I’ve...

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How to create a learning community with students as partners

By Rhiannon Hall,

In the Biomedical Engineering school, Dr Nham Tran has created a community in which students and academics are able to collaborate on curriculum. We had a chat to Dr Tran and one of students to hear about how it works.

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Finding the freedom to create in Mechatronics

By Rhiannon Hall,

As part of the FFYE Students as Partners theme, Dr Gavin Paul's studio has been trialling a collaborative and immersive learning experience in which students are mentored to develop their own learning goals.

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Students as Partners: 12 years and counting of U:PASS

By Georgina Barratt-See,

Over the past 12 years, a Students as Partners project has been quietly bubbling along at UTS.

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On students as partners: Justine Lawson and Scott McKeon

By Katie Duncan,

How are students being engaged in the Faculty of Engineering? Justine Lawson, Manager of Teaching & Learning Design, and tutor Scott McKeon take us through the extremely popular Summer Studios.

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