Small Steps Toward an Ethos of Partnership in a Hong Kong University: Lessons from a Focus Group on “Homework”

  • Elizabeth Ho Lingnan University

Author Biography

Elizabeth Ho, Lingnan University

Elizabeth Ho is Assistant Professor in the Department of English at Hong Kong University.

References

Arnot, M. and Reay, D. (2007). A Sociology of Pedagogic Voice: Power, inequality and pupil consultation. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 28 (3), 311-325.

Cook-Sather, A. (2011). Lessons in Higher Education: Five Pedagogical Practices that Promote Active Learning for Faculty and Students. Journal of Faculty Development, 25 (3), 33-39.

Fielding, M. (2004). Transformative approaches to student voice: theoretical underpinnings, recalcitrant realities. British Educational Research Journal, 30 (2), 295 – 311.

McLeod, J. (2011). Student voice and the politics of listening in higher education. Critical Studies in Education, 52 (2), 179-189.
Published
2017-10-07
How to Cite
Ho, E. (2017). Small Steps Toward an Ethos of Partnership in a Hong Kong University: Lessons from a Focus Group on “Homework”. International Journal for Students As Partners, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v1i2.3198
Section
Reflective Essays