Teaching the 18th Century --Canadian Society for 18th-Century Studies (Montreal 15-18 October 2014)
This panel seeks to open a conversation on innovative course design and classroom methodologies in teaching eighteenth-century literature and culture.
In this era of fiscal restraint in North American universities, many faculty members feel increased pressure to create courses that will fill classrooms. The second half of that equation is creating courses that will keep students engaged and returning to our fields of study.
This session invites presentations on all aspects of excellent teaching in eighteenth-century studies, from course design and classroom practice, to scholarly teaching using the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL).
Please send a title and 100-200 word proposal by 31 March to tiffany.potter[at]ubc.ca