Having established dates and reserved a venue, we're finally getting it
together here to organize Inkshed 2000. A theme (?) suggested at the CASLL
was "Resisting Teaching" (tho we were alalowedthe usual flexibility to set a
theme) At the time I understood that in a variety of ways--all of which left
us with plenty to do--but it has been months, eh? We'd appreciate input from
anyone with memories of what was meant at the time--or any current thoughts
about what it might/should mean.
Here are my notes re: Inkshed 2000 from that CASLL meeting. Any additions,
responses, etc. will be appreciated.
non-classroom/non-standard teaching situations:
Program structure (to be organized first):
A variety of time slots (45 min, 20 min, 5 min) + reading table & poster
5 minute slots related to reading table (& poster session?)
[desired structure to guide selection of presentations (flexibly, of course)]
CASLL AGMMore interaction:
inkshedding more central/prominent
inkshed in response to reading table (posters?)
Favour new presenters?
Official bard: Sandy Baardman
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