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.
By outlining an online annotated bibliography activity, this resource shares an alternative way to engage students in reading, evaluating, and discussing primary and secondary sources.
This resource offers an example assignment that outlines a step by step process for inviting students to create a podcast with a partner or in small groups.
This resource offers a way to invite students to develop a shared annotation key and mark a text accordingly, drawing on online tools like Mentimeter.
This Dialectical Notebook activity invites students into a sustained written conversation about a topic, text or series of texts.
This resource outlines strategies for engaging students in synchronous close reading using either PDFs or Google Docs.
This assignment was designed to offer students the opportunity to analyze and present macroeconomic concepts, through a written report and oral presentation, in relation to their different disciplines and the current situation in Palestine.
This activity offers a way to use interactive simulations to engage students in the analysis of concepts learned in a Macroeconomics course.
This assignment, given in the context of a Social Psychology course, introduces key concepts on the cognitive and emotional roots of prejudice as a setup to a three-class unit, and gives students the opportunities to analyze and integrate information in reading, lecture and video formats, to consider the benefits and limits of different methodologies, and to apply course content to novel situations.