Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Nanda Devi and the Valley of Flowers, India: A milieu where the conference style of teaching & learning become music as 'flow,' WUaS Primatology

How to cultivate / create a milieu

such that the conference style of teaching & learning

(with roots in ancient Greece)

becomes music -

(building on Reed College's Hum 110, profoundly) ...

so that classes become remarkable

and ongoing far-reaching 'flow' experiences,

inviting all the different individuals in the class richly into the idea-sharing?


Cambridge, Harvard, Cornell, Wisconsin, Duke, Emory universities,

among other great universities,

all offer degrees in the field of Primatology, I think -

http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Primatology ...

Do you happen to know of any MIT OCW-like primatology courses that I might add to WUaS?

WUaS may eventually offer a course of study in primatology,

in addition to its MIT OCW academic standard for degrees.

Check out the interesting videos on this WUaS Primatology page -

the Jane Goodall retrospective, for example ...

(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/06/nanda-devi-and-valley-of-flowers-india.html - June 7, 2011)

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