As a graduate student at Harvard University, I participated in the Teaching Certificate Program of the Derek Bok Center for Teaching and Learning. During that program, I took the Teagle Seminar, titled "Designing the Course of the Future" where the participants explored pedogogical tools and the discussed the latest research in teaching innovation. The outcome was a teaching syllabus and sample assessment scheme generated using the principle of Backwards Design. Owing to my interest in Early Music, I elected to present a course titled "Renaissance Polyphony: Theory and Performance"
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