'Today's Agenda' photo teaching questions project
We’re soliciting responses to the two questions below from folks who teach photography. Select responses will be compiled and shared as part of 'Today’s Agenda: Images from Teaching and Learning' when it goes live on Light Leaked. The goal is to create a constellation-like text portrait of issues and ideas in contemporary photo education through the words of some of its practitioners.
We hope to gather responses from people teaching in a wide range contexts.
Responses may be lightly edited prior to publication.
If your response is selected for publication your First Name, Last Name, and Affiliation will be included alongside your response.
Please write as much as you would like in response to the two open-ended questions.
If you haven't yet checked out the 'Today's Agenda' call for entry, please give it a look here:
Thank you for taking the time!
Affiliation/where do you teach? (Please add the location, if possible. e.g. University of Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN )
What is one thing you’ve learned recently through or about teaching photography?
What is one teaching-related idea, concept, or question on your mind as you move into your next photography teaching experience (that experience could vary widely and might mean a single class meeting, a tutoring or workshop session, a new semester or academic year, etc.)?
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