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Classroom Discussion part I. Presenter: John Elder
The pedagogy series provides an opportunity for faculty members to learn from their colleagues and to reflect on their own teaching experiences. The topics range from practical suggestions for introducing new ideas into a syllabus, to theoretical frameworks for understanding different pedagogical approaches, to current research on how students learn and engage with the world. CTLR is pleased to partner with a variety of campus organizations and offices to present the pedagogy series.
Mission Statement (June 2015)
In the Education Studies Program we believe that we must become a more inclusive and just society. We must honestly name and relentlessly address the educational inequities that we have created and that we sustain as individuals and members of multiple communities. In our formal settings, whether a Kindergarten class or senior seminar at Middlebury, and in our informal interactions with each other, we seek to embody the intellectual understandings, the humility, and empathy essential to this work.