To Bless the Space Between Us

One exercise that has sustained me throughout these last three years of a global pandemic has been writing letters...

Enhancing the Learning Experience: Ubuntu, Nakara, and the Classroom

As a student in North American classrooms I learned about punctuality, sometimes the hard way. It became so ingrained...

Un/Marked: Legacies of Empire and Colonial Education

In late May 2021, a shocking revelation made the news. The T’Kemlúps te Secwépemc First Nation announced that evidence...

Learning and Teaching Without Walls (Pt. 2)

Joseph K. Gordon, Johnson University My fall 2021 “God and the Human Person” students had just read M. Shawn Copeland’s...

Got Rhythm? Let’s Play! How the Symphony Makes Me a Better Teacher

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To Bless the Space Between Us
Blog, Re/Kinding Creativity and Imagination
Enhancing the Learning Experience: Ubuntu, Nakara, and the Classroom
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Un/Marked: Legacies of Empire and Colonial Education
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Learning and Teaching Without Walls (Pt. 2)
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Got Rhythm? Let’s Play! How the Symphony Makes Me a Better Teacher

Teaching On The Pulse Blog Series

This monthly blog provides updates on the Wabash Center’s doings and happenings.

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The Wabash Center Journal on Teaching

PIVOT: (1) to modify (i.e. academic journals, knowledge production, etc.) while retaining some continuity with its previous version as resistance to the status quo; (2) to disrupt arcane patterns of scholarly writing utilizing creative prose, pictures, music, assorted artforms; (3) the title of this JoT issue.

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Teach Them How to Learn

More important than any topic I teach is teaching my students how to learn. Facts can change. The percentage of Christians in the United States that I teach first-year students today may be different by the time they graduate. The…

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Visiting MIT’s Media Lab

What do artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, and other new media arts have to teach us about the teaching and learning of religious worldviews, imagination, and symbols? To find this out, a small group of scholars in religion and theology,…

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