Student Teaching and Support Panels are an initiative designed to bring together staff and students to provide feedback on new initiatives and proposals on teaching and learning.
Student feedback on innovation is essential to boost student engagement, and ensure that the student experience remains a focal point of the university. Originally introduced in 2021 in response to the delivery of teaching online due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Student Teaching and Support Panels are a great opportunity for students to become involved in and have their say on the development of teaching and learning practices online and face to face.
Continuing from recent success, we are encouraging staff members from both academic schools and professional services to submit proposals on ideas or initiatives in order to receive feedback from the student panels. Reflections from the trained student panel volunteers will provide valuable insight to help develop proposed initiatives and practices.
If you are interested in gaining valuable feedback from current students and collaborating in the development of teaching and learning practices, then please complete the online proposal form by the stated submission deadline date. For more details about the panels, please contact email@example.com
The next panel is scheduled to take place on Tuesday 13th February 2024. The submission deadline date for this panel is Friday 19th January 2024.
Other available panel dates are as follows:
|Panel Meeting Dates||Submission Deadline Date|
|Tuesday 16th April 2024||Friday 22nd March 2024|
|Tuesday 11th June 2024||Friday 24th May 2024|
*Panel meetings take place between 10:30am – 12pm.
*Please note, we can only accommodate 2 proposals per panel however, if demand is high then we may look to schedule additional panel dates.
If you have any questions about submitting a proposal, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Full details for students interested in being part of the student panel can be found under volunteering opportunities on the Lincoln SU website.