The goal of teaching and preaching virtually is still building community, but it will take a lot more creativity, says a professor and preacher.
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This is my latest post for Wabash Center. Check out the other 11 post on the theme of “12 Surprises when Lecturing Less (and Teaching More!)”
Grace Ji-Sun Kim
What are your favorite pastimes? Does it include a night with friends at your favorite restaurant or is it watching a movie at home, on the sofa, with snacks? Imagine your college class with movie and a grade. That’s the good life. Continue reading
I am so pleased to be participating in another Wabash Blog Series. The first one was called, “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda”. This blog series is called, “Lecturing Less and Teaching More.” Check out all the different weekly posts by each blogger.
This series, moderated by Roger S. Nam, will begin September 24, 2013. Gene Gallagher, Karyn Wiseman, Bobby Williamson, Lea Schweitz, Israel Galindo, Kameron Carter, Eric Barreto, Wil Gafney, Kwok Pui-Lan, Greg Carey, Brooke Lester, Grace Ji-Sun Kim, Kate Blanchard, Monica Coleman, Lynn Neal, Deepak Sarma, and Roger Nam will provide blog entries to spark your imagination and perhaps fuel Continue reading
It was the second week of January, and I was alone with the three kids as my husband was off to sunny California on business. The first night he was away, my youngest son had a little fight with his older sister. He was so upset that he came to me and asked if he could sleep in my room. I automatically said “no,” as I have never allowed my kids to sleep in my room and wasn’t going to start now. Continue reading
This Column first appeared in Salon and is reposted here with permission.
As your professor, I plan to take your money, never read your essays and pretend you’re not checking Facebook. By Adam Mansbach
The following syllabus is for my new class, English 401: The Short Novel, meeting Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:10-2:50pm.
Course Description In this class, we will analyze some of World Literature’s greatest short novels in an attempt to interrogate the essence of plot and character while reading as few words as possible. Each class session will begin Continue reading