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Upcoming:Talking about Teaching, 4th November, 12-1.30pm

Posted by on October 28th, 2009 · Events, Talking about Teaching

Teaching as a Global Scholar at UNSW: Adaptations and Insights Gained
facilitated by Colina Mason and Felicity Rawlings-Sanaei

Drawing on the experiences of academics who have taught in diverse cultural settings, this seminar will explore the extent to which one’s educational and cultural background impacts on three domains of learning and teaching: classroom practice; discipline knowledge and teacher-student relationships.

This seminar is aimed at providing an opportunity for conversations and sharing ideas and strategies around teaching.  This seminar will be informal in structure and take the form of talking about teaching as “work in progress” rather than a presentation of finalized teaching cases.

Time: 12.00-1.30pm
Location: Climate Change Research Centre, Level 4 Mathews Building
Light lunch will be provided by L&T@UNSW with support from the ALTC.

Please register online at

For further information please contact Erin Withers at or phone x58636.  You can read more about the Connections in Learning & Teaching Seminar series here.

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