Monthly Archives: November 2015
These are my notes from a recent Teaching + Learning Workshop on engaging large classes, with Patrick Finn (R, Drama) and David Dick (L, Philosophy).
I’m posting these notes here because far too often, events of this kind aren’t documented for those who had the misfortune to miss them.
This isn’t a transcript of everything that happened in the workshop; merely a cluster of impressions and ideas that David and Patrick raised today. (For the most part, I’m paraphrasing their words. My interjections are in italics.)
Calgary (Canada), May 29-June 1, 2016
[Cross-posted from the CSDH/SCHN website.]
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