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@erin_gould4 and @anthrochan have put together a Syllabus Archive - check out the list of syllabi here, which includes @anandspandian, Carole McGranahan, and several others -
Here is a Teaching Tools post to introduce students to sensory ethnography via @sinofei's featured ethnographic short, "Swim Lesson."
Feat. discussion questions for students and for instructors, suggested lesson outline and supplemental reading & films!
This free virtual conference may be of interest to those teaching Biological Anthropology also.
The Society for the Advancement of Biology Education Research (SABER) is hosting its annual meeting virtually for free this July. Join us for talks and posters on biology education research! https://saberbio.wildapricot.org/SABER-Annual-Meeting-2020
Hi to all anthropologists #anthrotwitter designing their Fall syllabi. Please don't forget to add the Philippines to your classroom conversations. Pls feel free to write below what you're teaching and I'll try to recommend readings, films, and art. Friends might chime in. 🙂
A great profile of anthropologist @LauraMTilghman's work revising her spring classes and supporting students through the pandemic.
"Pandemic Pedagogy and the Limits of Compassion" https://www.chronicle.com/article/Pandemic-Pedagogythe/249024/#.XvGMyt3Ph2N.twitter
It's here! A free resource for faculty wanting help teaching in a pandemic. From authors in the @WVUPRESS series, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. https://sabresmonkey.wixsite.com/pedagogiesofcare
My contribution is a podcast on #Ungrading.
See link below to register for @PhysAnth's webinar on "Tips & Tricks for Remote Teaching in Biological Anthropology" on Monday, June 22, 12-1pm ET.
Fellow academics, @PhysAnth has a series of three webinars to help support our community as we shift gears in response to the pandemic. Any and all are welcome!
How do we "teach the virus"? See this discussion of our COVID-19 syllabus project in @ASA_SKAT: https://asaskat.com/2020/05/22/how-do-we-teach-the-virus-challenges-and-resources-for-teaching-covid-19/
I'm so excited to share this collection of human evolution teaching materials with everyone! It includes nearly 30 lessons, labs, slideshows, etc. that are the product of last summer's PD as well as my own outreach work. Please share far and wide!!! http://tinyurl.com/humanevo20
"How I've implemented an anti-racist approach in my teaching," from @alyshiagalvez https://www.alyshiagalvez.com/post/how-i-ve-implemented-an-anti-racist-approach-in-my-teaching