Effectively Integrating Course‐Embedded Consultants Using the Students as Partners Model
Department of Writing and Communication
The National Teaching & Learning Forum
The Students as Partners (SaP) model shows great promise as a pedagogical approach to enhance teaching and learning (Oleson & Hovakimyan, 2017, p. 4). Healey, Flint, and Harrington (2014) explained that “partnership is understood as fundamentally about a relationship in which all involved … are actively engaged in and stand to gain from the process of learning and working together” (p. 12). The SaP model emphasizes students as collaborators in the ways learning is designed and facilitated, believing that both students and faculty have valuable knowledge to share.
Dvorak, K., Bleakney, J., Rosinski, P., & Carpenter, R. G. (2019). Effectively Integrating Course‐Embedded Consultants Using the Students as Partners Model. The National Teaching & Learning Forum, 29 (1), 7-9. https://doi.org/10.1002/ntlf.30222