Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2017/2018
Canadian Excellence

ML402
Teaching, Learning and Thinking Through Medieval Studies
0.5 Credit - Fall

Hours per week:
  • Lecture/Discussion: 3

Introduces qualified Medieval Studies majors to the basic theories and practices of teaching and learning in the humanities, and provides training and practical experience as Instructional Assistants in first-year Medieval Studies courses offered in Fall term (ML101 or ML102). Participants enhance their skills related to critical thinking, reading, discussion, writing and the fundamentals of pedagogy. The format of this course includes intensive training sessions early in the term followed by weekly workshops throughout the term. Students also undertake a practicum as discussion leaders in weekly tutorials that explore aspects of medieval studies and medievalism covered in the lectures and readings for the first-year course. 

Additional Course Information
Prerequisites
Year 4 Medieval Studies majors who are accepted through application, review and selection by the program co-ordinator.