Posts for the Topic Teaching

All hands on deck: co-op at the School of Anatomy

University of Waterloo students, Kaija and Megan, posing with their arms crossed in their lab coats.

Kaija Donaldson (she/her) and Megan Davitsky (she/her) are both entering their third year of Kinesiology. Having completed their first two co-op terms at the School of Anatomy, Kaija and Megan discuss their work as anatomy program assistants, the positive impacts they have made on Waterloo youth and what they hope to accomplish in the future.   

You are capable of more than you think

Prachi Dhanky's listing page image

Prachi Dhanky (she/her), an Honours Arts and Business student with a major in Psychology, shares the story of how she realized she is much more capable of doing things than what she originally believed.

Prachi's work terms so far:

Tutoring on co-op: a teachable moment

A photo of Manvi, a UWaterloo arts co-op student, sitting on a sofa and smiling.

Hi! My name is Manvi (she/her) and I’m an Honours Arts and Business co-op student and I completed my first work term this winter. My major is Economics and I'm also working towards a minor in Legal Studies.

What are some main projects that you worked on during your co-op term?

Online tutoring + first-year co-op = rewarding experience

Natalia smiling beside a tree

Natalia Manturowicz, a 2B Pure Mathematics and Teaching student talks about her first co-op journey where she had the chance to work remotely for Centennial College as a math tutor.