Co-creative learning is a strategy that engages students in taking responsibility for their own and fellow students’ learning journey.
Co-creating with students gives them agency over their learning and helps to develop self-direction, confidence, creativity and critical thinking skills. This strategy combines students, teacher and area of expertise to share and create jointly knowledge by utilizing collaboration platforms supporting synchronous working.
Examples of platforms supporting co-creation:
Bournemouth University. Building learning together. Accessed 16.5. 2022. https://www.bournemouth.ac.uk/about/our-people/centre-fusion-learning-innovation-excellence/tel-toolkit/pedagogical-approaches-tel/collaboration-co-creation
Dollinger, M., Lodge, J. & Coates, H. 2018. Co-creation in higher education: towards a conceptual model, Journal of Marketing for Higher Education, 28:2, 210-231, DOI: 10.1080/08841241.2018.1466756
Katz, S. 2021. Co-creating with students: practical considerations and approaches. Accessed 16.5. 2022. https://www.timeshighereducation.com/campus/cocreating-students-practical-considerations-and-approaches