I don't teach a course like this but some of my colleagues do. Curt
Bonk, for one, routinely and generously shares his course materials:
See P600 and P640 for some potentially relevant material. Curt puts his
own unique spin on the material that may not fit every instructor, but
he always has something for everyone!
Would it be possible for the MCA website to create an archive where
members could upload or post links to course syllabi? I think this would
be an incredible resource for us! I for one have depended on the
kindness of strangers and colleagues in developing my courses and would
happily contribute to such a resource.........djc
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On Behalf Of Mary K. Bryson
Sent: Friday, November 18, 2005 11:21 AM
Subject: [xmca] Syllabus Assistance...
I am teaching a course for the first time next term, and would really
appreciate looking at syllabi, or getting references for/.pdf's of
articles. The course is a graduate seminar that focuses on sociocultural
theories and mediation. Please reply to me off-list to save people's
boxes. Thanks in advance just for thinking about it. I will, of course,
share what I have with you, if that is of interest.
503 (3) Cultural Perspectives on Learning, Development and Media
Investigates sociocultural research and related pedagogical design
and exemplars, including historically significant, new and emerging
of situated learning, development as cultural participation, media,
knowledge, formal and informal learning environments and pedagogical
practices. The course will include critical analysis, hands-on
and/or design of learning environments, digitally-mediated learning
cultures, artifacts, and pedagogical tools.
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