TLI-Inspired Work

Included below are selected works from students that were inspired by the TLI. It includes work primarily done by students and work created in partnership with faculty. Their work is divided into the following categories:

Artwork by Lauren Lattimore, Bryn Mawr College ’21


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Ideas, Recommendations, and Projects

  • Sophia Abbot: Partnership, Scholarship, Learning: Sophia Abbot, former Student Consultant in the Bi-Co, includes her insights about the benefits of partnership as well as the research she has done around teaching and learning.
  • Pairing Student Partners: An Intercollegiate Collaboration: This website discusses the intercollegiate partnership program begun by Nandeeta Bala (Vassar College, ’22) and Alison Cook-Sather (Bryn Mawr and Haverford Colleges) that pairs student consultants across colleges to develop a deeper and more diverse perspective on the work while supporting each other.
  • Student Partners’ Recommendations Regarding Remote Teaching and Learning: From student-faculty partnerships during virtual teaching, this compiled list of recommendations explores how professors could better support students through the pandemic. Though it was created for pandemic learning, its recommendations have applications and advantages even for in-person classes.
  • Student-Led Brown Bags, Fall 2020: In the Fall of 2020, the Liberal Arts Collaborative for Digital Innovation (LACOL) “hosted a series of weekly brown bags led by student partners on Trauma-informed, Anti-racist Teaching and Learning in Hybrid and Remote Contexts. These multi-campus discussions expand on the high-impact Summer 2020 Student-led Dialogues as semi-structured, open conversations with LACOL colleagues in a small group format.”
  • Thinking about Your Classroom: This website by former student consultant Sasha Mathrani is an example of a culminating portfolio for a student-faculty partnership (often called an Annotated List) which includes pedagogical strategies they discussed and an outline of the arc of their partnership

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Resource Guides

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