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In this interactive session, Dr. Alison Cook-Sather will present both student and scholar visions of the international pedagogical partnership movement, share a working definition and principles of pedagogical partnership, and describe the partnership program she has facilitated for nearly two decades and the outcomes faculty and student participants have experienced. She will present as well as conceptual framework she developed with faculty and student co-authors for how pedagogical partnership can redress the epistemic, affective, and ontological harms many equity-seeking students experience in higher education. Finally, Dr. Cook-Sather will invite consideration of thresholds to partnership work and what might inspire moving past those.
Open to: All Stanford staff, instructors, faculty, and students interested in pedagogical partnerships and collaborations involving students with those in other roles with the University. Please email email@example.com with questions.
NOTE: Dr. Cook-Sather will be conducting an in-depth workshop for the staff of the Center for Teaching and Learning and friends in the afternoon on July 20, 2023. Space is limited; please express interest via the RSVP form linked above if you would like to participate.
Alison Cook-Sather is the Mary Katharine Woodworth Professor of Education at Bryn Mawr College and Director of the Teaching and Learning Institute at Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges. She has developed internationally recognized programs that position students and teachers as pedagogical partners, published over 100 articles and book chapters and nine books, spoken or consulted on pedagogical partnership work in 13 countries, and served as a visiting scholar at a number of institutions, including University of Cambridge in England. Alison is founding editor of Teaching and Learning Together in Higher Education, founding co-editor of International Journal for Students as Partners, reviewer for over 45 journals and book publishers, and the recipient of a number of awards, including the Alumni Excellence in Education Award from the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University and the Outstanding Reviewer Award from the American Educational Research Association. Learn more about Alison’s work at https://www.alisoncooksather.com/