Monthly Archives: March 2014

Collaboration American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) and Denison U

  Intercultural Learning through a Globally Connected German Language Classroom: An International Project between Denison University and the American University in Bulgaria Presented by Dr. Diana STANTCHEVA (AUBG, Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria) Dr. Gabriele DILLMANN (Denison University, Granville, OH, USA) The language classroom … Continue reading

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Modern Neuroscience and Freud Event

The Association for Psychoanalytic Thought offered another superb event this past Friday at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute. With renewed interest in Freud’s scientific ideas by contemporary leading neuroscientists such as Mark Solms and Oliver Turnbull, not to forget the role Freud had … Continue reading

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The Renaissance of Psychoanalytic Thought: Studying Freud in the 21st Century

Check out my new course! Comments and suggestions are welcome!! This course is designed to incorporate CLAC (Cultures and Languages across the Curriculum) pedagogy. Please see the respective CLAC components within the individual topical units. http://clacconsortium.org Title: The Renaissance of … Continue reading

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Modern Neuroscience and Freud Event

Modern Neuroscience and Freud The Association for Psychoanalytic Thought (APT) is pleased to present “Modern Neuroscience and Freud” at 7PM on Friday, March 21st, 2014, at the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute, 3001 Highland Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45219. Konstantin Bakhurin of the systems/computational neuroscience … Continue reading

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Stew’s Brew

Dessertwine Class gift for David, Mitchell and Candace from the Stanford Educ217x course brilliantly crafted by Stew Levin with references to the course readings and discussions.

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MOOCing the Liberal Arts?

Originally posted on MEDIA PRAXIS:
I had the opportunity to speak this past weekend with my colleague and friend, Liz Losh, about the FemTechNet DOCC2013 as part of the Gaede Institute’s yearly conversation on the Liberal Arts, this one on…

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On MOOCs – Final Class Stanford Educ217x/CompLit

Dear All, here is our Hangout session from yesterday’s last class at Stanford in Educ217x/Comp Lit. I thought the class with Hangout went really well! And we had fun, too! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWUdw0OnjlI As you can tell by watching the video, the … Continue reading

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