Involving Students as Partners in a Course Redesign
Keywords:Students as Partners, SaP, course design, autoethnography, collaborative autoethnography
As a team composed of student partners, a course instructor, and a distance learning program development specialist, we share our experiences of working together on a course development project. We used a collaborative autoethnographic approach to document and reflect on our experiences. Although our individual reflections reveal that our experiences of working together varied, we all valued working with each other and were engaged in the project. A change that we would make for future collaborations of this nature would be to invest more effort into team building and cohesion at the start of the project. We also found that individually, we all experienced our collaboration differently, which we believe is important to keep in mind when we think about inclusivity with respect to course instruction and design.
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