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Publisher: Leadership Foundation for Higher Education
Languages: English
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Our latest stimulus paper – Making the Road while Walking was commissioned to inform leadership decision-making on how student engagement in higher education can be enhanced through curriculum co-creation. While drawing on relevant policy and theoretical perspectives, the discussion is underpinned by practical insights generated by our experiences of developing co-created Masters programmes for professional students on behalf of the Cabinet Office and the NHS. This experience enabled authors, Paul Willis of Leeds Business School, Leeds Beckett University and Anne Gregory of the University of Huddersfield to consider the organisational implications of co-creation and to highlight a range of leadership issues relevant to both undergraduate and postgraduate curricula. Based on the insights from other sectors, this paper sets out a list of questions for leaders to consider their institution’s capacity for co-creation of programmes and curriculum development.
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    • Egan, M. (2014). Foreword. In Wall, D. The Commons in history: Culture, conflict and ecology ppxi-xv. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
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