The RAISE Committee helps to oversee the acitivities of the organisation. You can find out more about the 2020-21 RAISE Committee here.
To come together for beneficial scholarly discussion, sharing ideas and creating collaborative projects.
To involve and work with students in partnership
To promote and disseminate good practice
To influence policy and encourage focus and investment in SE
To create a bank of resources and share this openly
To facilitate communication among our members
You can view the latest version of the RAISE Constitution here.
History of RAISE
Principles of RAISE
Foster student’s willingness and readiness to engage by enhancing their self-belief.
Embrace the point that students have diverse backgrounds, expectations, orientations and aspirations – thus different ‘ways of being a student’, and to welcome, respect and accommodate all of these in an inclusive way.
Enable and facilitate trust relationships (between staff:students and students:students) in order to develop a discourse with each and all students and to show solidarity with them
Create opportunities for learning (in its broadest sense) communities so that students can develop a sense of competence and belonging within these communities.
Teach in ways to make learning participatory, dialogic, collaborative, authentic, active and critical.
Foster autonomy and creativity, and offer choice and opportunities for growth and enriching experiences in a low risk and safe setting.
Recognise the impact on learning of non-institutional influences and accommodate these
Design and implement assessment for learning with the aim to enable students to develop their ability to evaluate critically the quality and impact of their own work.
Work in partnership at all opportunities by seeking to negotiate and reach a mutual consensus with students on managing workload, challenge, curriculum and assessment for their educational enrichment – through a partnership model – without diluting high expectations and educational attainment; by developing mechanisms for all students to democratically participate in all aspects of the university that impact directly or indirectly on them.
Enable students to become active citizens and develop their social and cultural capital.
Julie WintrupMantz Yorke
Welcome to RAISE!
RAISE is a worldwide network of staff and students in Higher Education who work or have an interest in the research and promotion of student engagement.
We believe in being inclusive so there are many ways to get involved in RAISE. Everyone in Higher Education, whatever your role, is welcome!
Please see below to find out more about our mission, history, constitution and so much more.
If you have any queries, please feel free to contact us.