Empowering Learners: Theory and Practice of Extra-Classroom Teaching

Education 225
Spring 2005
Bryn Mawr College

There's a crack in everything, that's how light gets in ....
Leonard Cohen

A variety of educational reforms in both higher education and the K-12 world require teaching that complements and supplements formal, classroom-based instruction.Those responsible for empowering learners outside traditional classroom settings take on a challenging role. This course is designed for students who occupy such a learning support role.

Students will study three inter-related strands of extra-classroom teaching:

These three strands will be informed by ongoing considerations of culture, communication, and justice with the goal of developing our own own and our students' capacities.



Course Syllabus

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Prof. Alice Lesnick
Class Meeting Time: Thursdays, 1-4 pm
Office Hours: Thursdays, 11:30-1 or by appointment
alesnick@haverford.edu
BMC Office: Bettws-y-Coed, x7499
Home Phone: (215) 233-1838
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