Open Space Technology and the Study of Religion

A Report on an Experiment in Pedagogy

Authors

  • Nicholas Dion University of Toronto
  • Rebekka King University of Toronto
  • Tyler Baker University of Toronto
  • Jingjing Liang University of Toronto
  • James McDonough University of Toronto
  • Joshua Samuels University of Toronto

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/bsor.v42i2.28

Keywords:

pedagogy, open space technology, social constructionism

Abstract

This paper, co-authored by two instructors and four of their undergraduate students, details an experimental use of 'Open Space Technology' in a Religion course on social constructionism at the University of Toronto. In addition to describing the format and its purpose, four undergraduate evaluations of the course are offered.

Author Biographies

Nicholas Dion, University of Toronto

Please note the 6 authors: Tyler Baker, Nicholas Dion, Rebekka King, Jingjing Liang, James McDonough, Joshua Samuels

Rebekka King, University of Toronto

PhD, Lecturer, Dept. for the Study of Religion

Tyler Baker, University of Toronto

undergraduate student

Jingjing Liang, University of Toronto

undergraduate student

James McDonough, University of Toronto

undergraduate student

Joshua Samuels, University of Toronto

undergraduate student

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Published

2013-04-03

How to Cite

Dion, N., King, R., Baker, T., Liang, J., McDonough, J., & Samuels, J. (2013). Open Space Technology and the Study of Religion: A Report on an Experiment in Pedagogy. Bulletin for the Study of Religion, 42(2), 28–32. https://doi.org/10.1558/bsor.v42i2.28

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