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Visual Notes – Reflections on Teaching in a SCALE-UP Room – Nov. 24, 2014

Our last Talking About Teaching dealt with teaching in a SCALE-UP room. If you didn’t have a chance to join us for that session, then please check out the visual notes below. They are basically a graphically enhanced version of notes from the event.

Dan Furgason

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Michael Stingl

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Luz Ospina

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“Teaching From Experience” Talking About Teaching Visual Notes

On January 31st the Teaching Centre held a Talking About Teaching event called “Teaching from Experience.” It featured Adam Mason, Robbin Derry and Dan Johnson, all of whom are valued teachers here at the University of Lethbridge. They shared a wealth of information with us, and it was a great session.

But if you were unable to attend, it is okay, because we took notes. The notes below are visual notes and are interpretations of the presentation in visual form.


Robbin Derry Robbin is speaking about here experiences as a chef and how they have influenced her teaching.

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Dan Johnson
We were lucky enough to hear all about Dan Johnson’s international travel and experience. This guy sure has done a lot of interesting things.

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Adam Mason
Adam shared with the experience of drum line and drum core, and how the constant strive for greater achievement in these programs has made him the teacher he is today.

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