Social, Equitable, Collaborative: 10 Years of Teaching and Learning at the Sherman Centre
Join the Sherman Centre’s Co-Directors Jason Brodeur and Andrea Zeffiro and Postdoctoral Fellow Amanda Montague as they look back on a decade of teaching and learning at the Centre.
This article was recently published in “Where Learning Deeply Matters: Reflections on the Past, Present, and Future of Teaching at McMaster University,” a journal by the Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation, and Excellence in Teaching.
Read the piece and learn about the Centre’s commitment to pedagogy via the Graduate Residency, Undergraduate Course, Workshop Series, Consultations, and Collaborations. All these activities stem from three core values, referenced in the article’s title. The Sherman Centre prioritizes social, equitable, and collaborative modes of learning.