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1 HEA Seminar, Bristol University Food for Thought: Nottingham Trent University (NTU) Using Students as co- creators of the curriculum Kelly Osborne, Kayleigh Smith, Seraphina Brown & Amy Scoins with thanks to Helen Puntha & Aldilla Dharmasasmita Project coordinator: Petra Moltan-Hill

2 Society EnvironmentEconomy

3 Our work Amy Scoins: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, School of Art and Design. Kelly Osborne: School of Science and Technology, School of Education, School of Arts and Humanities Seraphina Brown – NBS, Nottingham Law School, School of Social Sciences Kayleigh Smith – School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Science

4 How are students co-creators? Sustainability in Practice The open ended answers students gave in the certificate will be used to inform the development of teaching resources  Student links to videos and articles  Student produced videos  Zeemap solutions jun/13/raise-interest-rate-student-loans- secret-report

5 How useful are the resources left by students? Web article links & videos Some of the links are fairly obvious But some innovative solutions Great starting points for discussion or for running sustainability seminars Examples….

6 Linking your discipline and food sustainability The psychology of supermarkets Made a clear link between their discipline and food problems https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snP40-unO0A

7 Critical appraisal?

8 Zee map Interactive mapping device Projected students ideas during ‘Global week’ Interactive presentation on the floor of our Newton building

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10 Winning videos Students produced a food sustainability video To be used for teaching & to encourage other students

11 Thanks for listening Any questions? Amy Scoins: School of Architecture, Design and the Built Environment, School of Art and Design. Kelly Osborne: School of Science and Technology, School of Education, School of Arts and Humanities Seraphina Brown – NBS, Nottingham Law School, School of Social Sciences Kayleigh Smith – School of Animal, Rural and Environmental Science Project coordinator: Petra Moltan-Hill


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