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The Centre for Teaching and Learning sponsors and facilitates an ongoing series of workshops focussing on the teaching and learning issues that impact on student engagement and the student experience at the University of Windsor. These free events are open to the whole University community and facilitate discussion about strategically important teaching and learning issues for the University.

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Tuesday, February 11, 2020

1:00 PM

No Frogs Allowed: Maintaining a Healthy Voice

Schedule: Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 01:00 PM – 02:30 PM
Location: Alumni Auditorium
Instructors: Jennifer Swanson
As professional voice users, teachers often struggle to acquire and maintain a healthy, clear sound that projects in the classroom. In this session, participants will learn the basics of vocal anatomy and physiology, healthy voice care, and how to make the most of what they've got.

2:45 PM

Can You Hear Me Now?

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Schedule: Tuesday, February 11, 2020, 02:45 PM – 03:45 PM
Location: Alumni Auditorium
Instructors: Jennifer Swanson
Participants in this interactive session will receive individualized feedback on their voice use in the classroom. Breathing techniques, pitch, imagery, and intention will be explored and practiced in a real lecture hall. Participants should be prepared to present a short excerpt from a typical lecture. It is recommended that you attend the previous session to get the full use out of this session.

Friday, March 27, 2020

Civility, Conflict, and Contradiction in the Classroom

Schedule: Friday, March 27, 2020, 01:30 PM – 04:00 PM
Location: The Oak Room, Vanier Hall
Instructors: Erica Stevens Abbitt, TBA
Do opposing ideas, dissonance and contradiction have a place in the classroom? Can combative points of view be channeled into productive dialogue? This workshop explores issues of diversity, civility, and contradiction in the classroom, with a focus on role-playing and mediation techniques. The goal is to explore the notion that working skillfully across different points of view, interests and beliefs can enhance the teaching and learning experience.