Instruction for graduate students to become teachers, and now online in group video conferencing, (and even with developing A.I. information technologies?) ...
In my experience, this doesn't really exist at the graduate level in a broad way at most universities around the world ... and, instead, graduate students learn by doing as graduate student instructors ...
In what ways could World University and School offer new opportunities for learning to teach via
Reed College's conference method extended ...
http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning - and -
Could WUaS offer a series of Youtube videos focusing on teaching the initial Hum 101 courses (based on Reed's Hum 110 and focusing on the ancient Greek world, as well as on writing, reading, critical thinking and learning as conversation - i.e. conferencing)
... in addition to the online course-long videos of actual Hum 101 lectures by faculty
... and then facilitate teaching graduate students to teach in Google + group video Hangouts (for up to 9 students) interactively and as conversation?
Reed extends the ideas and approaches learned via the conference method - beyond the required first year Hum 110 year-long course to all academic courses - to include especially STEM and science courses ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/STEM_Education_-_Science,_Technologies,_Engineering_and_Mathematics.
WUaS would like to explore doing this online in group video and explicitly for the science, the interactivity with teachers and especially for the connecting with faculty.
In what ways could WUaS do this at the WUaS music school for performance and in other ways ...