Stories of Teaching and Learning: A Conversation
Education aims at bringing about change in those involved in it, and is itself a changing process that adapts to the needs and inclinations of individuals participating in it, as well as the demands placed on it by broader cultural forces.
This series of discussions is designed to encourage ongoing thinking about the nature and practice of education. This spring, we intend to review particular courses taught at Bryn Mawr, in hopes of enriching the educational environment of us all. As we examine these local examples of educational practice, and place them in broader contexts, we invite all to share their experiences in and aspirations for their own education.
This series is open to all interested students (both undergraduate and graduate), faculty, and staff (see Explorations of Teaching for archives of a prior series involving graduate students and faculty). For additional information, contact Jody Cohen or Anne Dalke.
The Dean's Certificate in Pedagogy is offered by the Deans of the two Graduate Schools of Bryn Mawr College. All graduate and post-doctoral students who would like to develop and improve their teaching abilities and experiences are invited to participate. For more information, contact Dale Kinney (Dean, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences), Raymond Albert or Marcia Martin (Co-Deans, Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research).
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