Dr. Alison Cook-Sather's talk contextualises the importance of partnerships between students and faculty/staff and share how the partnership programme she has directed has evolved over time. Drawing on 14 years of research findings, Dr. Cook-Sather outlines individual benefits of partnership work to faculty and students, as well as institutional benefits. She also invited reflections on how pedagogical partnerships between students and faculty/staff position LUMS to pursue its stated goals: advocate, imagine, reform, lead, and innovate.
Watch the fifty-eighth session of LUMS Live: The Individual and Institutional Benefits of Building Faculty/Staff-Student Pedagogical Partnerships. Our distinguished guest was Dr. Alison Cook-Sather, Mary Katharine Woodworth Professor of Education at Bryn Mawr College, and Director Teaching and Learning Institute at Bryn Mawr and Haverford College.