Monthly Archives: February 2019

Task-Based Instruction: Creating and Doing in the French Classroom

– Elisabeth Sauvage-Callaghan As I am preparing to retire after some 30 years of having taught French at the college level (that is, if I count my years as a Teaching Assistant and Teaching Fellow at Pitt), I occasionally ponder … Continue reading

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Inquiry Seminars: Am I Teaching?

– Paul Woodburne In the fall of 2018, I taught my first Inquiry Seminar on computer games.  I first discussed this class some years ago when Shannon Nix was still here.  Usually when I start a class in a 15-week … Continue reading

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