What is a 'Collaborative' lecture?
Collaborative means that the teacher or host helps to define the learning objectives for the lecture. Emphasis can be adjusted to emphasize various aspects of the pottery: technique, design, form, or function for example.
This is negotiable. Factors would include driving time, length of desired presentations, and number of presentations. The standard honorarium offered by schools is usually sufficient.
What is offered in a presentation?
You may leave the presentation entirely up to me or tailor it to fit your needs. Typically a talk includes a slide/PowerPoint presentation, discussion of work brought for illustration, and the student's examination of the artifacts.
May I have a copy of the presentation?
Certainly. The teacher is presented with a CD-ROM of the lecture materials and photographs of the collection - in particular those items brought to the class. Feel free to use this any time afterwards for reference or additional classroom use.
Is the material copy write protected?
Yes, please feel free to use it for your classroom purposes, but don't distribute it without written consent.