Three part harmony: Blending the voices of students, educational developers, and faculty members in curriculum development
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Academics routinely engage in collaboration and peer review of one another’s work. Why is it, then, that we tend not to take a similar approach to collaborating with students on issues pertaining to their learning? Curriculum planning should be a shared responsibility that involves students. We present a case study of a new course for upper-year students to engage in partnerships with faculty and educational developers, and through those partnerships, co-create learning modules that become part of a first-year science course. Participants will engage in discussion and brainstorm possibilities for partnering with students in curriculum development, review, or refinement at their institutions.