~Get Your Tickets Now for this One-time-only Event!~
BELONGING: A LIVE MAGAZINE SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA
Saturday, October 21st
Co-Prosperity Sphere, 3219 S. Morgan St.
What is a Live Magazine Show Extravaganza?
The Live Show caps the Lit & Luz Festival, which kicks off on October 17th. Participating writers and artists from Mexico City and Chicago work as teams to create a 10-minute-or-less collaborations. Past presentations have included the birth of a rock band, new poetry translations, typewriter epistles via video, inter-city photo essays, and comedic monologues. What will 2017 and the theme, “Belonging, “ have in store? Find out at this exclusive event that moves between Spanish and English, live lit and image, and caps Lit & Luz 2017.
Ticket sales and donations support the Lit & Luz Festival, which presents more than a dozen free events featuring Mexican and Chicago writers and artists in neighborhoods across the city. The festival is produced by MAKE Literary Productions, a 501c3 nonprofit, in partnership with universities, arts organizations, local businesses, and foundations. It is made possible in large part by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
This course serves as the gateway to the TEACH program, a 5-year BA/MA combined degree program offered through the College of Education and the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences.
The course (TCH 320) is an invitation to secondary education as a profession, an opportunity for students considering education as a career to explore the reality of teaching and learning a disciplinary content area in a variety of Chicago-area schools. Students will become familiar with different narratives of teaching through teacher and student biographies, testimonials, literature, film, and classroom observations. They will explore the interrelationships between, for example, popular cultural beliefs about schooling; teacher and student identities; and classroom interaction. The instructor will coordinate observations in several classrooms as the basis for intensive, guided reflective work, aimed at supporting students’ initial and subsequent efforts of developing identities as disciplinary content educators (25 hours of high school classroom observation required). Course is also an introduction to the TEACH Program.
Winter 2018: Tuesday/Thursday 11:20-12:50
Also offered Spring 2018
Questions? Contact Dr. Robert Meyer: email@example.com.
Attention DePaul undergraduates! Applications are now open for the
Newberry Library Undergraduate Seminar 2018:
Censorship and Freedom of Expression
in an Era of Religious Change: Western Europe, 1450-1789
- Earn 9 credit hours in 2 disciplines
- Check off the Liberal Studies “Experiential Learning” requirement
- Explore the world-renowned collections of the Newberry Library
- Meet students from UIC, Roosevelt, and Loyola universities
Applications due October 26, 2017
Questions? Contact Prof. Tikoff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meet DePaul’s new president, Dr. Esteban, and enjoy some pizza this Friday! No RSVP required.