Reflections on Learning in our 24/7 Classroom

Hello late in the evening from Kraków, As we finished the last day of actual classes today, students scattered to the winds to have dinner and manage their last evening before their convocation at Jagiellonian University’s hallowed halls tomorrow. They will actually occupy a building and room (for a couple of amazing hours) that CopernicusContinue reading “Reflections on Learning in our 24/7 Classroom”

 Questioning the Question

Good early afternoon from Costa (the coffee shop with wi-fi and good things to eat, and in close proximity to our accommodations), The morning was a traveling classroom and lecture and visit to the Galicia Jewish Museum. It was, again, a second time for me to visit this museum and listen to the lecture ofContinue reading ” Questioning the Question”

Watching, Listening, and Learning

Good morning (at least it is in Kraków) and welcome to a blog cooperatively composed, Alexandra Miller, a senior honors student who is studying ASL and Spanish,  is jointly working on today’s entry to provide a dual perspective on this trip to the cities of Eastern and Central Europe and the time spent in classes at theContinue reading “Watching, Listening, and Learning”