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Posted by Julie Wintrup on January 22, 2013 at 0:56
RAISE is a network of academics, practitioners, advisors and student representatives drawn from the Higher Education Sector who are working and/or interested in researching and promoting student engagement.
The network creates opportunities to come together for beneficial scholarly discussion and creating collaborative projects, sharing good practice and lobbying for investment and better policies locally, sectorally and across our international community.
Recently we have agreed a working definition of student engagement: Student engagement is about what a student brings to Higher Education in terms of goals, aspirations, values and beliefs and how these are shaped and mediated by their experience whilst a student. SE is constructed and reconstructed through the lenses of the perceptions and identities held by students and the meaning and sense a student makes of their experiences and interactions. As players in and shapers of the educational context, educators need to foster educationally purposeful SE to support and enable students to learn in constructive and powerful ways and realise their potential in education and society (RAISE 2010).
Has any good work on student engagement been published in the last 18 months? I have tried to keep up to date a database of useful references on SE but feel I am have fallen behing recently. just too…Continue
Started by Colin Bryson. Last reply by Simon Varwell Jan 27.