About the event
Can you think of ways that learning culture can be improved in your faculty? Interested in exploring what it would mean to take the idea of “learning” outside of its box? How did you envision your university experience, and how can we help that vision come to life?
As part of the conversation around ~ McGill’s third century ~, many groups have been talking about what a twenty-first century education should look like. The paradigm of an 18-24 year old sitting in a classroom for three years and popping out with a degree on the other end needs serious re-thinking, and now, a platform is being given to those who have been doing this work.
Reimagining McGill, which has the backing of the Provost’s Working Group on Lifelong Learning, aims to create a forum where students can share their hopes, thoughts, and concerns about the way the culture of teaching and learning at McGill is carried out. This project consists of a series of consultative sessions where students can reclaim their education.
These sessions will focus on four main topics:
- Community Engaged Learning
- Intergenerationality at McGill
- Lifelong Learning
- Equity Education
It’s time for you to have YOUR say in your education.