The open page: A case study of partnership as open pedagogy
Keywords:open pedagogy, open education, education technology, collaboration, tool parade
This case study draws on the concept of open pedagogy (Paquette, 1979; DeRosa & Jhangiani, 2018) to frame a student-faculty partnership project focused on creating videos about education technology. Four student research assistants were full partners and creators within this project, developing models and parameters for future contributions by both faculty members and fellow students. All partners contributed as creators, collaborators, and coordinators for aspects of the project. The case study explores how open pedagogy can be a meaningful foundation for Students-as-Partners (SaP) collaborations.
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