NEWTON, MA - Lasell University held its Fall Connected Learning Symposium on Tuesday, December 10.
Mary Rand , a Sandwich resident, presented "Classroom, Collaboration, and Clients: Case Studies in Connected Learning."
Lindsey Cahoon , a Falmouth resident, presented "Tagore and Universal Identity."
Anna Milan , a Harwich resident, presented "Effectively Using Resources of Psi Chi (the national psychology honor society) to Connect with Students in Class."
The biannual Symposium offers Lasell University students of all majors and class years to showcase work directly reflective of the institution's curricular foundation, Connected Learning. Students share presentations, exhibits, visual art, performances and more that demonstrate industry applications of their work.
"This semester's presentations were extraordinary, with a wonderful and positive buzz throughout the campus," said Lasell Provost Jim Ostrow. "All students and faculty should once again take great pride in the results of our Connected Learning educational philosophy at work!"
For more information contact: Samantha Mocle, assistant director of communications at [email protected] or at 617-243-2386.