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Raymond F. LeChase Hall

Raymond F. LeChase Hall is the home of the Warner School of Education. A four-story, 65,000-square-foot facility—with the upper three floors unified by a three-story atrium named in honor of Robin and Timothy Wentworth—LeChase Hall includes 14 classrooms on the first floor that are used by the College of Arts, Sciences and Engineering during the day and the Warner School in the evenings and summers.

500 Wilson Blvd, Rochester, NY 14627

Place Type

River Campus

Phone

585-275-3950

Hours

Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Website

warner.rochester.edu

Upcoming Events

Young Writers Summer Camp 2019

Deadline for Application is July 15. The Genesee Valley Writing Project’s Seventh Annual Young Writers Summer Camp is for students in grades 6-12 who love to...

Monday, August 5 9:00am
Young Writers Summer Camp 2019

Deadline for Application is July 15. The Genesee Valley Writing Project’s Seventh Annual Young Writers Summer Camp is for students in grades 6-12 who love to...

Tuesday, August 6 9:00am
Young Writers Summer Camp 2019

Deadline for Application is July 15. The Genesee Valley Writing Project’s Seventh Annual Young Writers Summer Camp is for students in grades 6-12 who love to...

Wednesday, August 7 9:00am
Young Writers Summer Camp 2019

Deadline for Application is July 15. The Genesee Valley Writing Project’s Seventh Annual Young Writers Summer Camp is for students in grades 6-12 who love to...

Thursday, August 8 9:00am
Young Writers Summer Camp 2019

Deadline for Application is July 15. The Genesee Valley Writing Project’s Seventh Annual Young Writers Summer Camp is for students in grades 6-12 who love to...

Friday, August 9 9:00am

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Linda Saalman

Linda Saalman left a positive review Thursday, February 8, 2018

Interesting and informative. I came with a different agenda and perspective than others at the workshop, so I suspect I took back different learning. Look forward in particular to the final wrap-up session.

As a MOOC student, I was particularly curious about the cultural aspects of online learning from the instructor perspective, and this workshop definitely gave me some of that, as did a follow-on conversation with one of the attendees. In that sense, I was surprised not to hear more about reach as an aspect of online vs. brick-and-mortar learning, both the ability to achieve global reach and the ability to dramatically multiply the number of students reached. Similarly, I was intrigued that the issue of business models was not addressed. In all cases, I suspect this is about the fact that only so much can be crammed into a single introductory session. More mundanely, this is the first time I've seen real-time polling used this way, which was an interesting experience.

I'll be curious to see whether the issue of platform choice and assessment, and augmenting platform capabilities with social media, are addressed at some point. For example, the Translation MOOC (which I've taken) was launched on Coursera, which is actually a rather poor platform for building community compared with FutureLearn, and I've seen people deal with that by combining it with social media for both community and for projects.

Glad I attended. Although honestly, "It was great!" may be a bit of an over-reach.

Raymond F. LeChase Hall

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