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The Quarterly interview: Tony Stamatoplos

By 1958- Anthony C. Stamatoplos

Abstract

This interview with Tony Stamatoplos focuses primary on the uses of improvisation in teaching information literacy. He comments briefly on his background and philosophy of teaching, and discusses some of the ways he uses improvisation to engage students, facilitate learning, and adapt to dynamic learning environments. He discusses how his use of improvisation is grounded in theatrical improvisation and draws from the scholarship of improvisation in disciplines such as psychology, education, and business

Topics: Constructivism, Creativity in Teaching, Engagement, Improvisation, Improvisational Teaching, Information Literacy, Library Instruction, Teaching Methods, Tony Stamatoplos, Improvisation (Acting), Creative teaching, Information literacy, Library orientation, Participation, Teaching, Stamatoplos, Anthony C., 1958-
Publisher: LOEX
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:scholarworks.iupui.edu:1805/3293
Provided by: IUPUIScholarWorks

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