This activity demonstrates a strategy to engage students in conversations about the humanities beyond just a single campus.
This sequence of activities and assignments offers an example of how to scaffold student learning in order to encourage deep engagement with texts, problem-based writing, and simulations.
This handout outlines a process that guides students through the the steps of creating a collaboratively written essay.
These sample activities involve rigorous close reading by way of collaborative annotation online.
This resource offers a range of ideas for using Twitter as a teaching tool.
This resource includes a range of tips and strategies that are helpful in the context of independent study and correspondence courses.
This assignment invites students to create questions based on a shared reading and then respond to each other’s questions.
This weekly assignment invites students to generate a discussion question and a (provisional) claim about a shared reading.
Through inviting students to write in a range of ways, this resource offers strategies to integrate deep reading and discussion of images into the classroom.
This resource offers a way to engage students in deep discussion of a poem through collaborative annotation using Google Docs.