All posts filed under “Teaching

Kinetic Vis Comm: Where My Research is Leading Me

I have lived, played, or worked in Visual Communication in some way for nearly 30 years, since the days I discovered I had to draw in order to stay sane. I have been through the waves of self-development and technological change and now that I […]

Second Typography Through Printmaking Workshop

Just had a spectacular workshop at the Brooklyn Brainery again! My Learn Typography Through Printmaking! class sold out again and wow, what a bumper crop of amazing students! I’m really loving the chance to rework a lesson I have taught for years with such enthusiastic and […]

Parsons Interactive / Web Design 1: F15

I have worked and reworked the Interactive / Web 1 class a few times over the last couple of years. It is now the core of my approach to teaching interaction design thinking: I use the foundation of empathic research and altruistic design to push […]

COMD 1103: F15

After asking for four years, I was given the chance to teach Foundation Drawing at City Tech! This is a class originally structured as an introduction to perspective and technical drawing, very rigid in its structure. I have found over the years that my students […]

COMD 1167: F15

I taught COMD 1167 again this semester at City Tech and really had a blast with this group. Excellent people! [swf:http://libbyclarke.com/material/Zhu_Manifesto_Animated.swf 1024 768 bgcolor wmode] [swf:http://libbyclarke.com/material/MMIRANDA_ANIMATEDMANIFESTO_COMD1167.swf 1024 768 bgcolor wmode] [swf:http://libbyclarke.com/material/Lopez_comd167_animation02.swf 1024 768 bgcolor wmode] [swf:http://libbyclarke.com/material/CHAPBK_ANIMATED_SINGH.swf 1024 768 bgcolor wmode]

Teaching: Typography Through Printmaking Workshop

I taught my first workshop at the Brooklyn Brainery tonight and it was spectacular! Here is the handout I gave out. Support the Brooklyn Brainery! I had 12 students, all adults except for one extremely intelligent and prolific 9 year old. Absolutely excellent evening had […]

Collaboration with my Child-Person

My daughter loves to paint and so we have been exploring watercolor for a few weeks. A few days in, I started seeing things in her work and decided to draw out a few. Rules: I must preserve M’s chosen orientation of the paper I […]

Living Lab Symposium

I presented my work to my fellows at City Tech during the event From Microbes to Stars: A Living Lab General Education Symposium. My presentation centered on the ways that high-impact teaching practices had influenced my instructional style, specifically in terms of collaborative research projects. Symposium Agenda […]

Design in Educational Technology: STEAM

I have the distinct honor of  being a panelist at the Design in Educational Technology: STEAM event at SOS Brooklyn on October 6, 2015. I am in awe that Sean Oakes (the founder of SOS) asked me and am so honored to be sitting on the panel […]