What we talk about when we talk about Students as Partners
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Will, L. [DrLetitiaWill]. (2018, April 15). As #highered we are still in a place where we do not realize that students are central to what we do. Anytime our decisions are made with them as an afterthought we are heading down a wrong path. #Students #studentsaspartners #studentcentered [Tweet]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/drletitiawill/status/985227680638492673?s=12
Wright, A. [wrightetal]. (2018, March 29). Interesting this notion finally gets some play. "Partners" implies parity and equal status and #studentsaspartners often has a pretentious, misleading, flavour. It denies the very real differences between faculty and students. Don't disguise your position of power. [Tweet]. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/wrightetal/status/979312833996476416
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