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Improving practice through partnerships between universities and practitioners: Experiences in the UK and USA
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We will provide light refreshments so please contact Ros McLellan on email@example.com if you’d like to attend so we can cater appropriately.
This seminar aims to start a conversation around the value and ways of colleagues based in higher education working in partnership with groups and networks of practitioners. The contributors work closely with different groups of practitioners and we will briefly introduce and share our experience of partnership working through the SUPER (Schools University Partnership for Educational Research) partnership (Ros), progression routes for researching professionals (Richard), the HertsCam network (David), counselling (Carol in the Faculty and Lonnie in San Diego), and the Leadership for Learning Network (Sue). We will not only celebrate the strong tradition of partnership working in the Faculty and at the University of San Diego and consider the importance of this but also start to explore commonalities in our work and consider implications for future working. We actively welcome colleagues from all of these networks and others who are interested in learning more to come and meet like-minded individuals and to join the conversation.
This talk is part of the Leadership for Learning: The Cambridge Network series.
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