Studio Pedagogy

Studio sessions are distinct from, although related to, seminar sessions and are heavily reliant on the active learning model. While instructors guide students through structured activities, there is no lecture component to these sessions. In studio, students are encouraged to explore lateral moves with their writing — composing in different modalities and the exploring different technologies to facilitate this, revising their work in different genres, etc. Collaboration is also an important component of studio work, with students frequently working in groups to compose and troubleshoot. One credit of class time should be devoted to studio sessions.

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