Reflections on Learning with Michel Desjardins
Keywords:learning, pedagogy, culture, food, gardening, creativity
This paper highlights Michel Desjardins' creative and critical approach to teaching religion and culture (often through experiments and experiences of travel, gardening, and food) through former students' reflections on learning with Michel. By organizing a collection of former students' insights into Michel's persona, pedagogy, and influence, this paper celebrates his career as a professor who enriched the lives of many students, and inspires readers to think deeply about how they teach and learn about religion and culture.
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Kolb, David A. 1984. Experiential Learning: Experience as the Source of Learn¬ing and Development. New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.
Reis, Rick. 2016. “Teaching and Learning Theories.” Tomorrow’s Profes¬sor. September 5. https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/tomorrows-professor
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