Learner-teacher partnership in times of COVID-19: A community poll to share practices and perspectives
This is a 'community poll' to open up space for people to share experiences of and approaches to engaging in pedagogical (learner-teacher) partnerships in higher education in the context of the rapid shift to online teaching and learning. The results are 'community property' and will be publicly shared via a 'live results' dashboard that is viewable by anyone. Because the results will be community property that is publicly available, anyone can draw on information shared for purposes of analysis as they like.
No identifying information is requested. Those who participate can decide to self-identify if they want others who participate to reach out to them or make contact to further share stories, resources, and practices. We welcome constructive contributions in any realm—practical, theoretical, and emotional—that can support partnership efforts and the people involved in them.
The poll was created by Kelly Matthews (Australia) with Alison Cook-Sather (USA), Nattalia Godbold (Australia), Mick Healey (UK), and Caelan Rafferty (Australia). We are all on the editorial team for International Journal for Students as Partners.