Faculty & Staff Pedagogy Course

Lessons from the Renaissance: Transformative Pedagogy Through Travels in Italy

Emory faculty and professionals:  This course is a unique opportunity for you to enrich and broaden your teaching repertoire with innovative approaches and styles.

Transformative Pedagogy is a six-day course based on Judy Raggi Moore’s Bioethics, Medicine & the Humanities Symposium, where faculty, student affairs professionals, and other staff will collaborate to design new pedagogical tools and methods for use in the classroom and in undergraduate programming.
 
We will walk the streets and see the singular sights of Matera, the Castle of Melfi, and the ruins of Paestum as Dr. Raggi Moore weaves an educational tapestry of ethics, art, medicine, culture, religion, geopolitics, history, and geography to give students an authentic European, and especially Italian, experience. Paul Root Wolpe and Carlton Mackey will guide us in transforming this journey into creative new approaches to teaching and undergraduate  programming.

Information Sessions
Feb 14, 4:30 pm,  Rm 150, Center for Ethics
March 6, 4:00 pm, Rm 150, Center for Ethics

*It is highly recommended that anyone interested attend an information session.

Deadlines
March 15th- Reduced Program Fee deposit deadline
May 14th- Laney Graduate School Non-Degree Application due

Travel Dates
June 13-19, 2019

Costs
Deposit: $250
Program Fee:  $750*
Total $1,000

*If deposit received before or on March 15th, program fee is $550 (for a total of $800)*

Program fee includes meals, accomodations, and ground transportation. Airfare and Emory tuition are not included, eligible Emory faculty and staff can use Emory Courtesy Scholarship to cover tuition.

Reserve your spot and pay a deposit today! 

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Your spot is not reserved until deposit is received.