About this session

The partnered learning showcase will provide an opportunity to hear from those who have partnered with students, industry and colleagues to amplify stakeholder voices and enrich the teaching and learning experience. Presenters will share how they did this, what worked and tips for those wanted to start partnerships.


  • Chris Frost, Lena Hall, Jaidah Fergus-Mackie and Chrisma Shaji, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences – 'Surfacing awesome course designs that lay the foundations for student success'
  • A/Prof Lisa Hall and A/Prof Sheleigh Lawler, School of Public Health – 'Partnered Academic Program Reviews: a collaborative, iterative approach'
  • Dr Noriko Iwashita, School of Languages and Cultures – 'A masterpiece journey with student partners in the course redevelopment'
  • A/Prof Elizabeth Krenske, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences – 'Student-Staff Partnerships'
  • Dr Debby Lynch, Dr Janine Rix, A/Prof Peter Lewis and Prof Tracy Humphrey, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work – 'Partnering to co-create a Student Experience Action Plan in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work'
  • Ruth-Sara Sanchez Asun, Franciele Spinelli and Alicia Gazmuri Sanhueza, School of Languages and Cultures – 'Students as Partners: a theatre project to learn and improve a second language'
  • UQx team – Seminar/ Q&A session (title TBA) aligning with the themes of lifelong learning and partnered learning
  • Dr Jemma Venables and Prof Tamara Walsh – 'You can’t teach law and social worker students together!... Or can you? Student views on a pilot interprofessional education initiative'
  • Dr Amy Wong, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Queen’s University Belfast – 'Co-designing assessor support with and for academic and clinical assessors through an interdisciplinary and international Community of Practice’

About Teaching and Learning (T&L) Week 2022

Teaching and Learning (T&L) Week celebrates creative and innovative teaching and learning practices designed to enhance student learning.

The theme for 2022 was 'Learning for life' including three sub-themes:

  • Respectful learning
  • Partnered learning
  • Personalised learning.

Recordings and resources from T&L Week 2022 – when available – were uploaded on the Past events resources page (UQ staff login required).


ModWest Building (11A), St Lucia campus
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