Student-Generated Induction: A Social Identity Approach

Shared Thinking,

United Kingdom

What were the aims of the activity/event?
The main objective of this event was professional development for student-generated induction

This activity was aimed at staff in Further and Higher Education and 20-50 attendees participated

What happened during this event?
This was an interactive experiential workshop event. Student-Generated Induction, developed from doctoral research at the University of Glasgow, has already been applied to induction and transition at different universities and colleges throughout the UK. Running since 2012, this workshop is now the most established forum for exploring induction, transition and widening participation within UK Higher Education. At the event participants learned about a new theory for the design of inclusive learning and teaching as part of the event.

What were key messages coming out from the event?
A sense of belonging is vital for student success

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