Carrying out this project can benefit and engage different stakeholders in different ways…
- Raise the profile of good teaching making it more of a priority for staff across the institution
- Learn more about what students value in learning and teaching
- Empower students to get involved in improving learning and teaching
- Improve student satisfaction in areas rated low on the National Student Survey, such as feedback and assessment
- Identify and share teaching best practice and improve professional standards
- Redress the balance of focus between research and teaching
- Promote the excellent teaching that is taking place at the institution
- Provide qualitative evidence to inform institutional strategies on issues such as employability, use of Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) or Enhancement Led Institutional Review (ELIR) submissions.
- Raise the profile and political capital of the students’ association with decision makers
- Introduce a wider range of students to the work of the students’ association and drive up involvement in students’ unions work, and participation in students’ unions elections
- Expand and improve networks of class representatives
- Generate an evidence base for specific campaign issues, such as feedback on assessment, postgraduate supervision, or quality of mentors, for example.