The SEMA Pedagogy Pages
by Gloria Betcher — last modified Aug 06, 2010 04:11 PM
A place where medieval scholars can share creative and innovative teaching methods and materials.
The SEMA annual meeting has always been a place where medieval scholars can share their creative and innovative teaching methods and materials. The SEMA Pedagogy Pages now offer the means by which SEMA members may share their pedagogical materials, methods, and suggestions on a regular basis outside the annual meeting with other SEMA members and interested non-members who come across this site.
We hope to gather contributors and materials (especially those that lend themselves to newer teaching technologies) to help this pedagogy space grow. Syllabi, effective assignments, multimodal teaching resources, and other materials that will help us to better reach and teach our students will be reviewed for posting to the SEMA Pedagogy Pages.
If you would like more information or are interested in helping us to build the site by contributing your time or by posting materials to which you own the copyright, please contact SEMA Executive Board member Gloria Betcher at firstname.lastname@example.org.