Panel Discussion: Teaching Origami as a Higher Education Course

Event
Convention 2021
This class is available online.
Local time
Sunday, June 27, 2021, 2:00 pm4:00 pm EDT
Room
Room Nine
Level
Not Rated
Teacher(s)
Norma Boakes, Ben Johnson and Jeanine Meyer

Participants will take part in an active panel discussion with college/university level instructors reporting on their experiences teaching origami in a formal, higher education setting. Discussion will include details on the structure and layout of the courses at the various institutions and modalities used (in-person and virtual formats). Instructors will share insights on their favorite models and interdisciplinary connections made including art, culture, history, computer science, and practical applications of Origami. Comments and questions from the audience will be welcome.

Dr. Norma Boakes, Professor of Education, School of Education, Stockton University, Norma.Boakes [at] stockton.edu
Dr. Ben Johnson, Lecturer, Computer Science & Electrical Engineering Department, University of Maryland, Baltimore Country, ben.johnson [at] umbc.edu
Dr. Jeanine Meyer, Professor Emerita, Mathematics & Computer Science, Purchase College/ State University of New York, jeanine.meyer [at] purchase.edu

Supplies

No supplies needed.