Tagged with elin o’hara slavick

The Rare Experience of Punctum

The Rare Experience of Punctum

When I wrote the curriculum for the Arts in NYC course that I am currently teaching at my community college, I wanted a concept to guide it. I have written before about two amazing professors from my undergraduate experience who largely formed  how I study and experience all forms of art: Carol Mavor and elin … Continue reading

Art on my Mind

Art on my Mind

To follow up my last post on student engagement, I am currently teaching a class at our community college called Arts in NYC, a course I created thanks to the background knowledge I have from courses taken in undergrad with Carol Mavor and elin o’hara slavick, two incredible women whom I have always wanted to … Continue reading

Student Engagement

Student Engagement

I have been thinking a lot about student engagement for almost a year now. Last year I was placed on our community college’s Assessment Committee, and I was charged withing helping make and vet the Institutional Student Learning Outcome rubrics. Yes, that sounds like torture, but it was surprisingly illuminating. One area we tried to … Continue reading