References for Student-Faculty Partnership
Nathan Rein, Associate Professor and Chair of the Philosophy and Religious Studies Department at Ursinus College, discusses his experience with the TLI Student Consultant Program.
Books and Reports
Engaging Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching: A guide for faculty (Cook-Sather, Bovill, & Felten, 2014)
Engagement Through Partnership (Healey, Flint, & Harrington, 2014)
Conferences and Events
PCLA Student-Faculty Partnership Conference (upcoming)
Bergmark, U., & Westman, S. (2016). Co-creating curriculum in higher education: promoting democratic values and a multidimensional view on learning. International Journal for Academic Development, 21, 1, 28–40.
Bovill, C. (2014). An investigation of co-created curricula within higher education in the UK, Ireland and the USA. Innovations in Education and Teaching International 51.1: 15–25.
Bovill, C., Cook-Sather, A., Felten, P., Millard, L., and Moore-Cherry, N. (2016). Addressing potential challenges in co-creating learning and teaching: Overcoming resistance, navigating institutional norms and ensuring inclusivity in student-staff partnerships. Higher Education. 71, 2, 195-208.
Charkoudian, L., Bitners, C., Bloch, N., and Nawal, S. (2015). Dynamic discussions and informed improvements: Student-led revision of first-semester organic chemistry. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, 15.
Cook-Sather, A. (2016). Undergraduate students as partners in new faculty orientation and academic development. International Journal of Academic Development, 21, 2.
Cook-Sather, A. (2014). Multiplying perspectives and improving practice: What can happen when undergraduate students collaborate with college faculty to explore teaching and learning. Instructional Science 42, 31–46.
Crawford, K. (2012). Rethinking the student-teacher nexus: Students as consultants on teaching in higher education. In Towards teaching in public: Reshaping the modern university. Edited by M. Neary, H. Stevenson, and L.Bell, 52–67. London: Continuum.
Delpish, A., A. Holmes, M. Knight-McKenna, et al. (2010). Equalizing voices: Student-faculty partnership in course design. In Engaging student voices in the study of teaching and learning. Edited by C. Werder and M. M. Otis,96–114. Sterling, VA: Stylus.
Gärdebo, J., and M. Wiggberg. (2012). Importance of student participation in future academia. In Students, the university’s unspent resource: Revolutionising higher education using active student participation. Edited by J. Gärdebo and M. Wiggberg, 7–14. Pedagogical Development Report 12. Report series from the Division for Development of Teaching and Learning. Uppsala, Sweden: Univ. of Uppsala.
Luker, M., & Morris, B. (2016). Five Things I Learned from Working with the Student-Consultant for Teaching and Learning Program. Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, 17