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Making is central to knowing. Doing ethnographic fieldwork makes this obvious. It is less obvious in the classroom, however, where sitting and reading texts tog... More
The aim of this post is to explore different tools that can be used to allow students to have interactive and collaborative reading experiences with texts assig... More
For the first post of this series, we are highlighting platforms that invite you to step back from your lecturing soap box, as many studies have shown that lect... More
Group brainstorms and projects can be a great way to get students to work collaboratively on course topics, engage in more open-ended discussions, and develop a... More
Welcome to the world in a new abnormal—a world filled with Zoom burn-out (Cauterucci 2020) and new struggles to engage students. Spring 2020 was, for most, a ti... More
How can using podcasts, documentary film, and discussion encourage learners to understand storytelling’s power over our perceptions of the world and why represe... More
What is ethnography, and how do we teach about ethnography/ethnographies so that students understand the complexity of analysis? There have been many scholars w... More