LTC: Changing Places: What We Learned by Switching Departments and Teaching Each Other's Courses

Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center, Carleton College Learning and Teaching Center

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Samuel Patterson, Professor of Mathematics and Bill Titus, John E. Sawyer Professor of Physics and Liberal Learning

With interdisciplinary initiatives taking place throughout the college (arts, humanities, sciences, our concentrations), Carleton faculty have found many ways to enrich each other's teaching and scholarship. In this LTC event, we'll hear from a mathematician and physicist who traded classes. What they learned about student expectations, disciplinary conventions and other department cultures makes their experience applicable to all of us on the faculty.

Cosponsors: Carleton QuIRK program (Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning and Knowledge) funded by a DOE FIPSE grant

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