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The Legacy of Marj Barstow’s Teaching
Monday, June 20, 2022, 4:00 AM to Sunday, June 26, 2022, 6:00 PM EDT
Category: Events

The Legacy of Marj Barstow’s Teaching: Observation, Activities and Groups (online training for AT teachers and trainees)


Ariel Weiss

Date of the Event/Workshop:
June 20, 2022 - June 26, 2022

What time will your workshop be held? 
Monday through Friday, 4-6p Eastern and Saturday and Sunday 12-3p Eastern (16 hrs total) 

Location of the Event/Workshop:
Zoom

Brief Description of Event:
Are you interested in getting more support for teaching online and in groups? Marj Barstow was a visionary innovator and the richness of her teaching legacy is more relevant today than ever before. Marj’s teaching provides a unique template particularly well-suited for online and group teaching and can help teachers and trainees from all backgrounds and at all levels of experience to enhance and further their skills and adaptivity. This online offering is part of the 2022 Barstow Institute Summer Workshop and will target key areas of Marj’s pedagogical approaches:•Observing use and patterns of interference •Directing coordination in activity •Teaching in groups This highly interactive and collaborative experience is limited to 10 participants and will include daily assignments and guidelines for constructive feedback so that we can a create a safe environment for exploration and experimentation to further hone and develop our skills. For pricing and details: [email protected].

For full workshop details, workshop updates and any changes to date or venue please visit the event’s website. This workshop can be used to fulfill ATI continuing education requirements.
ATI is happy to post information about member-hosted workshops and other events as a service to our members; however, we need to clarify that these events are offered independently of ATI and any liability falls on the event hosts and not on ATI. But we hope the issue of liability never arises and that all attendees have a wonderful time!