Ancient Greek Philosophy and “Difficult Dialogues” in the 21st Century Classroom

By Lewis Meek Trelawny-Cassity, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Antioch College Contact at:   Over the past four years Adriel Trott (Wabash), Kevin Miles (Earlham), and myself have worked together on the Ancient Philosophy Teaching and Research Collaborative Initiative sponsored by the Great Lakes Colleges Association and funded by the… Read More

Teaching Writing to Multilingual International Students in a Small Liberal Arts Setting

Lynn Ishikawa, Assistant Professor of English and Director of English for Academic Purposes, DePauw University. Contact at: Tamara Stasik, Assistant Professor of English and English for Academic Purposes Specialist, DePauw University. Contact at: Alexis Hart, Associate Professor of English and Director of Writing, Allegheny College. Contact at:… Read More

How can we help students study for exams?

Neil Schmitzer-Torbert, Associate Professor of Psychology, Daniel F. Evans Associate Professor in Social Sciences, Wabash College. Contact at: [NOTE: This article was first published on July 3, 2018 on the Wabash College Teaching & Learning blog.] During the 2017-18 academic year, the Teaching and Learning Committee [at Wabash College]… Read More

Using Alumni to Promote Student Professional Development: Classroom Videoconferencing

Brad Carter, Visiting Assistant Professor of Neuroscience, Oberlin College Contact at: August 12, 2018     Alumni are uniquely positioned to help undergraduates understand what it means to become professionals in their chosen fields. Using readily available videoconferencing software is a simple and effective way to bring alumni into… Read More