Pedagogy and Time – Walk Your Talk (1st Workshop)

The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research and the Innovative Social Pedagogy project (ISP) at Project Someone, Concordia University Present:
Pedagogy and Time: Walk Your Talk

June 17, 2022
FOFA Gallery (Concordia University)
1515 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, EV 1-715, Montréal, QC H3G 2W1

Continuing on from Slowness and the Institution, an online discussion series that Stacey Cann and I began (under our moniker, The Bureau of Noncompetitive Research), the next iteration of The Bureau’s offerings is in the form of a collaborative workshop series with a small group of co-researchers called Pedagogy and Time. The first “official” event is a walking discussion, during which we will spend time thinking and talking together about pedagogical practices as well as the implication of slow practices within teaching and learning. We will use the following question as a starting point for discussion: How do we get buy-in from students for slowing down given the culture of “productivity” in the academy and the pressures to keep up?

Please RSVP so that we can let you know any details. If the weather is bad we will postpone until June 18th.