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New Teachers, Attention

If one has finally perceived that writing a good syllabus is difficult for the first time, choosing reading selections are much harder — especially for undergrad classes.

For those of you still looking for those last few readings, or just now beginning to write your syllabus (shame on you), take note of the collaborative project between AAR and the Wabash Center for Teaching and Learning: the syllabus project. See here and here.

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One thought on “New Teachers, Attention

  1. [peave mode]And for the love of God, think carefully about your writing prompts. A bad writing prompt is a great way to frustrate people and discourage real learning. [/peave mode]

    :)

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