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Tara Hermsen
ORCID iD HAN University of Applied Sciences
Netherlands

Tara Hermsen is an undergraduate student of Learning and Development in Organizations at the HAN University of Applied Sciences. During the writing of this article she writes her thesis about the behavior of teachers in partnerships. She researches which teacher behavior is required in a partnership and advises learning interventions to develop this behavior.

Thomas Kuiper
HAN University of Applied Sciences
Netherlands

Thomas Kuiper is currently an undergraduate student of Applied Psychology at the HAN University of Applied Sciences. His affection for Students as Partners began to develop during his internship at the Faculty of Health and Behavioral Sciences. Analyzing change in behavior of students is what he likes most.

Frits Roelofs
HAN University of Applied Sciences
Netherlands

Frits Roelofs is policy advisor of the HAN  University of Applied Sciences of Arnhem and Nijmegen. The first 30 years of his career he worked as teacher and developer of Dutch Language and Literature in Secondary Schools, the last 10 years as advisor in Higher Education. His specialties are: Students as Partners and the connection between Secondary and Higher Education.

Joost van Wijchen
HAN University of Applied Sciences
Netherlands

Joost van Wijchen is a physiotherapist, a senior lecturer and educational designer of physiotherapy and health studies at the HAN University of Applied sciences. To his opinion, in both health and education, collaboration, adaptability and solvability are the basic elements. He believes in learning as a connectivistic process among participants and as such in partnership among students and teachers.