Category: Teaching at WashU

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Washington University Teachers use Augmented Reality in the Classroom

October 11, 2018 | Emily Wasserman

Resources for Teaching / STEM Education / Teaching at WashU

When it comes to teaching, sometimes out-of-the-box methods are the most effective ones. Teachers at the Fossett Laboratory for Virtual Planetary Exploration at Washington University are using augmented reality to help students in the Earth and Planetary Sciences department study complex geology in the classroom. The lab, with the help of research scientist Martin Pratt […]

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New Course on Religious Diversity, Democracy, and the University

April 27, 2018 | Beth Fisher

Teaching at WashU

Today’s Record features an article about the Spring 2018 course, “Religion, Politics, and the University,” which investigates the complexities of religious diversity and pluralism in the university context. The course was developed and taught by John Inazu, the Sally C. Danforth Distinguished Professor of Law & Religion at Washington University‚Äôs School of Law, and Eboo […]

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