Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn (2016-2017)

Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn is a series of events for educators who teach computer programming in creative and artistic contexts. Hosted by the School for Poetic Computation, the events bring together experienced educators to explore pedagogy, curriculum development, and how to create environments and tools for learning, specifically for interdisciplinary art practices.

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Taeyoon Choi and Tega Brain start the day, 2017.
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Nick Montfort presentation, 2017.
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Mimi Yin presentation, 2017.
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Kaho Abe presentation, 2017.
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The group in discussion, 2017.
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De Angela Duff in discussion, 2016.
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Amit Pitaru talking with the group, 2016.
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Ideas, questions, thoughts, brainstorms, 2016.
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Dan Shiffman's presentation, 2016.
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Allison Parrish and Tega Brain, 2016 Processing Foundation fellows, 2016.
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Golan Levin in conversation, 2016.
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The group, 2016.
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Zach Lieberman saying hi, 2016.
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Wrap-up thoughts, 2016.
Video from Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn 2017

Learning to Teach at the ICP

Date: Nov 30, 2016
Location: ICP Museum, 250 Bowery, New York, NY 10012

Presenters:
Tega Brain, De Angela L. Duff, Aankit Patel, “BBQ Dave” Sheinkopf

Archive:
Video
ICP Event Page

Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn 2016

Date: Jan 9 - 10, 2016
Location: School for Poetic Computation, 155 Bank Street, NYC

Organizers:
Tega Brain, Taeyoon Choi

Presenters:
Katherine Bennett, Golan Levin, Zach Lieberman, Stacey Mulcahy, Allison Parrish, Dan Shiffman

Participants:
Ida C. Benedetto, Andrew Bernstein, Ingrid Burrington, Joshua Clayton, Julien Deswaef, R.Luke DuBois, De Angela Duff, Nick Fox-Gieg, Mariko Kosaka, Bryan Ma, Joseph McKay, Caitlin Morris, Clement Valla, Jonathan Wohl, Hsing Wei


Links

Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn 2017
Learning to Teach, Teaching to Learn 2016

Supported by

The Processing Foundation and the School for Poetic Computation.