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NEW! "Teaching Islam with Online Museum Collections"

"In this post, I want to highlight some of the online resources available through museum websites, particularly the website of The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and provide ideas for how these tools could be used in the classroom. In conjunction with a virtual exploration, it would be ideal to send or accompany students on a museum visit but this is not always practicable. Fortunately, museums are committed to education and the advancement of knowledge in their mission statements and their online resources are often exemplary for that purpose."

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New blog post today on our "Teaching, Religion, Politics" blog by Dr. Jill DeTemple.

"I picked up cycling almost a decade ago when it became clear that I needed some kind of response to the combined stresses of pre-tenure professional life and young children at home. I got on the bike for outside time, physical challenge, and personal space. I’ve stayed on the bike for all of these reasons, and also for what time on the bike has taught me about attentiveness, mindfulness, thinking spaces, and more recently, about wobble: those moments when things slow down, or haven’t quite started up; when direction, volition, and commitment are in play..."

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Many issues complicate the world of teaching and learning. One such issue is mental health and learning disorders among students.

Please review and share our new Call for Papers due September 15th, 2017! "Teaching in the Context of Mental Health Issues"

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See you at AAR/SBL 2016!

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See you at AAR/SBL 2016!

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Four Calls for Papers!

1. 500 Years since the Protestant Reformation - Due December 1, 2016
2. Teaching in a Precarious Institution - Due January 15, 2017
3. Political Issues in the Classroom - Due January 15, 2017
4. Games and Learning in Religion and Theology - Due September 1, 2017

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