Learning, Unlearning, and Relearning Together : Unmasking Power in a Students as Partners Program using Collaborative Autoethnography.

Lead Institution: Student Success

We interrogated a students as partners (SaP), co-curricular program that focuses on supporting student learning. To center power and equity in SaP, the program was grounded in social design-based experiment methodology. We considered the manifestation of power and equity beyond higher education, to...

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Institution(s):Griffith University
Main Author(s):Alhadad, Sakinah S. J.
Vasco, Daniela
Williams, Jude C.
Dizon, Pauline
Kapnias, Rachel L.
Khan, Saira B.
Payne, Hayley
Simpson, Bronte C.
Warren, Chantelle D.
Published: Student Success v.12 n.2 p.38-50 https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.1934 2021
Online Access: https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.1934