Submit your best teaching practices
We are not looking for hypothetical ideas but proven techniques that work for you in the classroom.
Examples might include
- discussion questions for use with a specific issue in a chapter
- assignments for students to do prior to coming to class
- class discussion topics, discussion questions
- group projects, role plays
- other examples or analogies that really connect with your students.
Check out a few examples in Interpreting Biblical Literature, such as
- Experiencing the Heat in Job 3-21 (p. 143)
- David at the Movies (p. 250)
- Create your own Parable (p. 337)
- Send an email to me containing the following information:
The category in which the method or technique should be posted
- A descriptive, engaging title
- A brief description of the session as you teach it, written so that other profs can use it in their own classes
- An attachment with any PowerPoint, PDF or Word documents that accompany your technique
- Your name, title, and teaching institution
- Your name and contact information will be included with your suggestion.
Submission does not guarantee your technique will be posted on this site.
Click here to email your submissions to Michael Cosby >> firstname.lastname@example.org