Growing into pedagogical partnerships over time and across disciplines: My experience as a non-STEM student consultant in STEM courses

  • Natasha Daviduke Haverford College, Class of 2017
Keywords: STEM, pedagogy, student consultant, partnership, growth, interdisciplinary, confidence, cross-disciplinary, faculty partner, pedagogical development

Abstract

This essay considers the trajectory of my personal and professional growth in my position as a student consultant for three different STEM professors. I explore the unique perspective I brought to this work as a student of the social sciences and I argue for the value of cross-disciplinary pedagogical partnerships.

Author Biography

Natasha Daviduke, Haverford College, Class of 2017
Natasha Daviduke is a recent graduate of Haverford College. She was awarded the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Political Science with a minor in Education, and the distinction of magna cum laude with departmental honors. During her time at Haverford, she worked as a student consultant in a pedagogical partnership program.

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Published
2018-12-04
How to Cite
Daviduke, N. (2018). Growing into pedagogical partnerships over time and across disciplines: My experience as a non-STEM student consultant in STEM courses. International Journal for Students As Partners, 2(2), 151-156. https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v2i2.3443
Section
Reflective Essays