ELESIG Symposium “Student as Producers” – Bristol University

Despite forgetting to register to attend, I was still warmly greeted to this ELESIG conference at the University of Bristol. Along with Dewi Parry, we went to this conference that looked at how students can be actively involved in developing and evaluating their own learning. This concept of ‘students as producers’ isn’t really that new. Teaching others has always been recognised as a great way to learn. However, seeing truly is believing. And what this conference allowed us to do was to see examples of good practice, how academics and other professional services staff at the University of Bristol have utilised their students to engage more in their learning and teaching.

There were a few stand-out demonstrations/presentations that I was interested in, and I will take the time in this blog to discuss a few.

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