Teachers’ Lounge | Choreographing Teaching in Artifacts
December 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
The recent wave of online instruction, abetted by technologies supporting collaboration, has led many instructors to (re)focus on documents and artifacts as sites of live, formative, strategically choreographed instruction. In what ways are instructors orchestrating and monitoring learning as it imprints itself on artifacts? And how might methods for digital collaboration translate back into in-person classroom settings? Join us for a consideration of ways to build moments of realization and insight around documents and other teaching artifacts.
Teachers’ Lounges are a series of informal discussions for graduate students about teaching practices and the culture of learning at Columbia. This session is the final of a series organized by the theme (Re)Locating Teaching. Materials from previous Teachers’ Lounge sessions are available to Columbia affiliates.
This session is online and facilitated by Mark Phillipson and Caitlin DeClercq from the Center for Teaching and Learning.
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