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 structured activity that is useful when encouraging students to work collaboratively and ask probative questions when responding to texts of any kind.
This resource offers a range of examples of how IWT’s writing-based teaching strategies can be translated for the online or blended learning environment.
This resource shares some ideas for how to engage students both synchronously and asynchronously.
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 resource, from the Center for Experimental Humanities, offers a range of activities and assignments designed with the challenges of teaching at a distance in mind.
This resource outlines an activity that invites students to be both creative and performative as they read critically and synthesize multiple texts.
This Dialectical Notebook activity invites students into a sustained written conversation about a topic, text or series of texts.
This resource outlines how to make use of the online learning environment (via tools like flipboard) to share student-driven research, writing, and interests related to any course theme.
This resource outlines strategies for engaging students in synchronous close reading using either PDFs or Google Docs.