Planning our Teaching

Planning our Teaching

This pinned post will be updated with links to other posts as I make them.  Walk through your semester/quarter/term with these ideas for teaching:

  1. Thinking: What Do Our Syllabi Really Say?
  2. Thinking: Academia is Ableist
  3. Thinking: Dis/ability
  4. Thinking: Hunger is an Educational Issue
  5. FAQ: Content Warnings
  6. Thinking: Strong Emotional Reactions
  7. Thinking: Where Do We Stand
  8. First day exercise: What Do Historians Do?
  9. First day exercise and more sources: Revisiting the First Day
  10. First day exercise and reflection by Jennifer Sessions: Contextualizing Sources on the First Day
  11. First day exercise: The Social Identity Wheel
  12. Teaching: SOCC it! (Source, Observe, Contextualize, Corroborate)
  13. Teaching: SOCC at the AHA
  14. Teaching: Planning linked primary source assignments
  15. Teaching: Bias and Perspective
  16. Teaching: The Art of the Draw
  17. Thinking: Curiosity
  18. Thinking: The Index Card
  19. Teaching: Having Students Teach
  20. Teaching: Reverse Engineering Footnotes and Bibliographies
  21. Teaching: Human Asset Maps
  22. Teaching: Teaching Academic Integrity
  23. Teaching: Applying Knowledge
  24. Teaching: Teaching Students to Write History
  25. Teaching: Teaching Writing II
  26. Making the Grade: Thinking About Ungrading
  27. Teaching: Ungrading in a Pandemic
  28. Teaching: The Unessay
  29. Teaching: Timelining Mythologies
  30. Teaching: Fun With Scissors Day
  31. Teaching: Teaching Pedagogy
  32. Final Thoughts: A Different View of the U.S. Civil War
  33. The Last Day: Reflecting on What We’ve Learned
  34. Thinking: Dear Seniors
  35. The Pandemic: A Pedagogy of the Past
  36. The Pandemic: Slow Your Roll
  37. The Pandemic: Beginning Again
  38. The Pandemic: I Am a Rank Beginner
  39. The Pandemic: Five Things I’ve Learned This Summer
  40. The Pandemic: It Can All Be Changed
  41. The Pandemic: Business as Usual
  42. The Pandemic: A Letter from the Floor

If any of these approaches are helpful to you, consider throwing a tip in the [tip jar]!

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