Adding authenticity through student partnerships

  • Hurford, D. (Other)
  • Anne Skov Jensen (Other)
  • Caroline Pedersen (Other)
  • Anna Galej (Other)
  • Anna N. Osiecka (Other)

Activity: Talks and presentationsConference presentations


In our role as educational consultants we usually work with university teachers rather than working directly with the students. A new project led to a welcome collaboration with students. Together we co-developed student workshops on developing intercultural graduate competences, which focused on group dynamics and collaborative learning. This approach gave these volunteers meaningful opportunities to demonstrate a suite of competences alongside strengthening and authenticating the project.
Our poster highlights how this collaboration:
• brought authenticity to the project
• triggered insights into university provision for students’ competency development
• provided students with meaningful opportunities to demonstrate intercultural competences
Period23. Jun 2017
Event titleRAISE International Colloquium on Partnership
Event typeConference
LocationBirmingham, United KingdomShow on map
Degree of RecognitionInternational