CURRICULUM AND PEDAGOGY WORKS
Wednesday, November 9, 2016
1:00-4:00 Scarfe 1214
Amanda Fritzlan, Ildiko Kovaks, Kari Marken, Matthew Yanko
* You are invited to a conversation that explores the thinking/being/doing of turning traditional and nontraditional spaces into learning places. Dress for all weather. Bring your student card. Wear comfortable clothing for movement.
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