Articles about our teaching
- “Transforming architectural history through experiential learning” — Jessica Mace, PLATFORM
- “‘There’s so much you can do with it’—Connecting art history courses to careers” — Sean McNeely, A&S News
- “A different type of experiential learning experience — art history video project moves from classroom to community” — Sean McNeely, A&S News
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Check out our current course offerings for 2022-23!
Why is it important to teach Canadian architecture and landscapes? How do we get students interested in Canadian topics? What sorts of tools can we use when teaching these topics in the online environment?
These are just a few of the questions that were examined in our inaugural Canada Constructed Conversations event, “Architecture in the Classroom” held on January 19, 2021. Below is a recording of the panel and discussion, featuring Peter Coffman (Carleton University), Michael Windover (Carleton University), and Jane Wolff (University of Toronto), moderated by Christy Anderson and Joseph Clarke.
Stay tuned for more events and pedagogical resources for the study of architecture and landscapes in Canada.
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This project is supported by the Learning & Education Advancement Fund at the University of Toronto