In the Media DIAL
Semester in Dialogue Benefits both Student Education and Public Ideals
"Crazy-quilt course in converstation" reads the Vancouver Sun's headline (November 16 issue). The feature article discusses how Mark Winston's Semester in Dialogue benefits both student education and public ideals:
"So how do you teach that? First of all, you don't teach per se. "I see myself more as a facilitator and guide - helping people figure out who they want to be, and how much more they can be, how much more they can contribute to society than they might have thought." The yin and yang of dialogue runs from the personal to the public and back again."
Read the full piece here: Crazy-quilt course in conversation.