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Teaching essay: “The Chaucerian Miscellany” now available at Once and Future Classroom
I’m thrilled to share that the pedagogy article describing my Chaucerian Miscellany assignment that won the 2020 Teaching Association for Medieval Studies award is now published in Once and Future Classroom 17.1 (Spring 2021)! This assignment was designed to help … Continue reading
Preliminary Survey for an exciting new initiative: “Teaching Celtic Literature in the Generalist Classroom!”
Hello, all! I am very excited to announce that Dr. Matthieu Boyd (Fairleigh Dickinson University) and I are embarking upon a new collaborative project on “Teaching Celtic Literature in the General Education Classroom.” This project will culminate in two volumes of … Continue reading
The View From My Desk: Week 11
Here is the photo I snapped of my desk on the first day of the 11th week of the Fall term: Of course, that it was taken on week eleven means that this photo was snapped on Hallowe’en, which is … Continue reading
Posted in The View From My Desk, Time Management, work-life balance Tagged Academia, assessment, higher education, Pedagogy, teaching, work-life balance 2 Comments
A Sample Instructional Unit Design: Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”
One of the things graduate students and those new to teaching often struggle with is how to articulate a text beyond discipline-specific approaches in order to reach a broader audience in the classroom. This, however, is a crucial skill to … Continue reading
Things I think about before I ever walk into a classroom #4(5): What Are My Pedagogical Values, and How Am I Going To Implement Them In My Teaching?
Things I think about before I ever walk into a classroom #4(5): What Are My Pedagogical Values, and How Am I Going To Implement Them In My Teaching? In this final post in my series on pedagogical considerations in the … Continue reading
Things I Think About Before I Ever Enter a Classroom #3(4): How Does My Syllabus Support My View of Myself and My Class?
I apologize to everyone for the long hiatus. Comps. When I post about them you will understand, if you do not already, why that single word meant two and a half months of silence on my part when it comes … Continue reading
Posted in Course Development, Teaching Tagged course description, course design, course development, course policies, course schedules, course syllabus, crafting a syllabus, Creating a Syllabus, designing a college course, developing a college course, Pedagogy, reflective teaching, teaching, Teaching at the College Level Leave a comment
Things I Think About Before I Ever Walk Into A Classroom #2: What do I want my students to get out of my class?
This post deals with two issues: First, “What do I want my students to get out of this class?” and second, “How am I going to accomplish those objectives through course readings and assignments. I. What do I want my … Continue reading
Crafting a Syllabus, Part Three: Putting it all together
As you’ll recall, in the first post in this series I went over the elements of a course syllabus, which are: Course Description, aims and goals, materials, and policies A description of major assignments and grading rubric A schedule of … Continue reading
Crafting a Syllabus, Part One
The position of graduate teaching assistant includes a wide array of duties and responsibilities. Dependent upon the college or university at which you working on your PhD, as a TA you may find yourself either assisting a professor with lab … Continue reading