2012/11/4 Juliana Bastos Marques <domusaurea(a)gmail.com>om>:
Thanks for your reply, Lila!
Sorry for my delay in this answer... I'm a professor finishing the semester! :(
Could you tell us a little more about your courses? You mentioned they are
offered for the community - meaning outside the university? Are your
students undergrads/grads, any other group in particular?
Yes, both experiences are free courses offered to general public by university.
Participants are diverse, some of them are graduates of the same
university, teachers, gender advocacists, even professors.
teachers - what sort? I'm very interested in
setting up a course focused on
teachers, I haven't done that before.
The course devoted to teachers was specially oriented to high school
teachers and university professors, more participation and interest of
the first ones.
I'd like to offer a 4-day workshop for
History professors on our next national symposium, but
this would be new to
me. I just offered a regular undergrad course, an open extension course and
It sounds great! Those courses were of 20 hours, in 4 (for teachers)
and 3 (gender topics) meetings respectively, of 4 hours each.
Originally I taught it would be too much, but it was hardly enough to
explain and work on specific articles. Time flies in this kind of
I'd very much like to see your material, if I can! I have to find out how to
set the guests option for my page... I'd love to hear everyone's feedback
for what I've been doing there.
I have just remembered we have a demo user for this cases:
and the url is: http://moodle.webnueva.unvm.edu.ar/course/view.php?id=307
I would love to read your comments!