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Thursday, February 27 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
On Keeping a Notebook: Enabling the Errant Trajectories of Teaching and Learning

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Both as a tool for teacher inquiry, as well as a practice of symbolizing the complexities of human experience, the notebook will be addressed in this presentation in multiple ways: as a method of creative analysis that uses both words and image, a record of reading and learning, a space for reflection, and a chance for experimental articulation. Most notably, I will talk about the notebook as a way for teachers to reflect on their own craft, as well as a space for their students to consider the errant trajectories of learning.


David Lewkowich

Assistant Professor, University of Alberta
David Lewkowich is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta. He teaches in the areas of literacy and literature, and his research interests include psychoanalytic theories of teaching and learning, comics and graphic novels, and autobiographical... Read More →

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