Student-Faculty Partnerships: Co-Creating the Humanities Classroom

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A recent development in literature on teaching and learning challenges a central tenet of education: the roles of teacher and students. It asks: typically teachers teach to students--what if they teach with students? This presentation discusses how students and faculty can have shared authority in the learning sphere by co-creating education. Although much of this literature espouses program-level collaborations centering on co-designing courses and curricula, learn how examples of the small incremental changes teachers can make within their humanities courses to facilitate impactful learning experiences for students.

A recent development in literature on teaching and learning challenges a central tenet of education: the roles of teacher and students. It asks: typically teachers teach to students--what if they teach with students? This presentation discusses how students and faculty can have shared authority in the learning sphere by co-creating education. Although much of this literature espouses program-level collaborations centering on co-designing courses and curricula, learn how examples of the small incremental changes teachers can make within their humanities courses to facilitate impactful learning experiences for students.

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Stephanie Doktor, University of Virginia