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Notes on teaching/learning interactions

(incl. rationale for Assessment Requirements).


More detail about the assignments and expectations will be provided in handouts linked to the syllabus and will be supplemented when needed by emails. Key assignments include:

  • Substantive statements -- these may start as notes on the readings, which only later get revised into well-organized and referenced information on the topic/issues/controversies of the session. If these are shared at an early stage as notes, then more than one participant can contribute to their development into a polished form (following the model of wikipediaentries).
  • Prospectus for further research, writing, and practice, in which students identify and delve into an area/case/issue and their plans for further research, writing, or changes in practice. (3000 words)



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