Over at the blog for the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, Stacie Swain has done the important work of interrogating the construction of the syllabus.
Beneath the fine print are tells from which the student gets a sense of your expectations for the learning experience–good, bad, and ugly.
The editors of The Practicum Blog asked me to share my take on REL101 for their Syllabus Project series.
LancasterOnline’s Tim Stuhldreher spoke to my colleagues and I about what the #FergusonSyllabus looks like at Elizabethtown College. Check out his article, “College events look at Post-Ferguson, Race, Justice Questions.”
There are a lot of great teaching and pedagogy sessions happening at #SBLAAR14. As you build your schedule, make sure you check out what’s happening with the SBL Academic Teaching and Biblical Studies program unit. Yours truly is moderating a pretty awesome panel on Teaching the Bible Visually or Geographically. We have papers on everything from … Continue reading Academic Teaching and Biblical Studies: The #SBLAAR14 Syllabus