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Teacher Registration

NOTE: We still have room for additional classes.
Even if you are not yet sure that you want to offer a class, let us know what you might like to teach,
and also let us know of any help you might need to make it possible (e.g. co-teachers, equipment, a kitchen or propane stove).
Also, feel free to suggest that class that you always wanted to take!

Current plans include a "meet-and-greet", a cooks' library for perusal (both hard and digital copies of some items), a recording studio, bardic circles featuring some of the finest talent in the Known World, and tracks of classes that combine hands-on and information-based learning. We are also planning competitions and challenges, with and without prizes (consider sponsoring one!).

On the bardic end of things, we plan to feature a wide selection of opportunities including basic "how-to"s, roundtable and panel discussions, coaching sessions, master classes, recording opportunities, bardic challenges and plenty of opportunities both to perform and to enjoy the performances of others.

Please note that there are no planned martial activities or children's activities.

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To register for a class, please contact "kwcb-classes@ andrew.cmu.edu".

For each class you would like to teach, please send the following information:

1. Your name.
2. Whether you have taught before.
3. Class or activity name, with a brief narrative description.
4. Type of class (e.g. lecture, roundtable, panel discussion, workshop, coaching session).
5. Maximum class size (if applicable).
6. Equipment and facilities required from the site.
7. Equipment and supplies the students must supply.
8. Materials cost to each student (if applicable).
9. Class time length.
10. Whether you consider the level of the class to be basic, intermediate, or advanced.



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