AAR-SBL 2017

Wabash Center Activities at the Annual AAR-SBL Conference

How Learning Works: Research on Learning as a Resource for Teaching

AAR-P17-109/SBL-P17-201a
Friday – 12:00 PM–5:30 PM
Hynes Convention Center-107 (Plaza Level)

Space is limited. Pre-registration is required.  Send an email to Beth Reffett, reffettb@wabash.edu

 

Faculty of Color Luncheon

AAR-P18-127/SBL-P18-201b
Saturday – 11:30 AM–1:00 PM
Hynes Convention Center-107 (Plaza Level)

This mealtime gathering is a space for fellowship, mutual support, and empowerment for our teaching lives. Pre-registration is required. Send an email to Beth Reffett, reffettb@wabash.edu. Registration deadline is November 1. Walk-ins may also be accepted if space is available.

 

Pedagogical Uses of Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, and Beyond

AAR A18-144/SBL-S18-201a
Saturday ‐ 11:30 AM‐1:00 PM
Hynes Convention Center‐303 (Third Level)
Co‐sponsored by the Wabash Center and the AAR & SBL Student Advisory Board

Please join us for lunch and conversation. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged; please email Bhakti Mamora (bhaktim@ufl.edu) to reserve your spot. Registration deadline is November 1. Walk-ins will be accommodated if space permits.

 

Introduction as Subversion: On Liberal Arts Religious Studies Pedagogy for Non‐majors

AAR-A18‐233
Saturday ‐ 1:00 PM‐3:30 PM
Hynes Convention Center‐107 (Plaza Level)

 

Online Teaching and Biblical Studies 

SBL-S18-234
Saturday 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Vineyard (Fourth Level) – Boston Marriott Copley Place (MCP)

Hosted by the SBL Professional Development Committee and Wabash Center.
As online and hybrid courses proliferate in higher education this panel will consider the special opportunities and challenges for teaching various aspects of biblical studies in an online or hybrid format.

 

Wabash Center Reception

AAR-P18-403/SBL-P18-402
Saturday – 8:00 PM-10:00 PM
Marriott Copley Place-Gloucester (Third Level)

All are invited to come celebrate our 20 years of publishing the scholarship of teaching in Teaching Theology and Religion.
 

Grant Design Conversations

AAR-P19-118/SBL-P19-154a
Sunday – 9:00 AM–11:30 AM
Hynes Convention Center – 107 (Plaza Level)

Do you have a grant idea for a project on teaching and learning? Come see us in the Convention Center Room 107 to meet with one of the Wabash Center Staff. We are scheduling appointments ahead of time. Contact Beth Reffett, reffettb@wabash.edu to schedule a time to meet with us.

 

Teach with Confidence: “Difficult Conversations” in the Classroom (Graduate Student Lunch and Session)

AAR-P19-119/SBL-P19-159
Sunday – 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Hynes Convention Center-107 (Plaza Level)

Graduate students please join us for lunch and interactive presentation about teaching in higher education.Pre-registration is required.  Please email Beth Reffett, reffettb@wabash.edu to reserve your spot. Registration deadline is November 1. Walk-ins may also be accepted if space is available.

 

Seminary Teaching & Formation Online

AAR-P19-204/SBL-P19-250a
Sunday – 2:30 PM-4:00 PM
Hynes Convention Center-107 (Plaza Level)

 

Dinner for New Teachers (Invitation Only Event)

AAR-P19-402/SBL-P19-348
Sunday – 6:30 PM-8:30 PM

Marriott Copley Place-Simmons (Third Level)

 

Grant Design Conversations

AAR-P20-101/SBL-S20-149a
Monday – 9:00 AM–11:30 AM
Hynes Convention Center – 107 (Plaza Level) 

Do you have a grant idea for a project on teaching and learning? Come see us in the Convention Center Room 107 to meet with one of the Wabash Center Staff. We are scheduling appointments ahead of time. Contact Beth Reffett, reffettb@wabash.edu to schedule a time to meet with us.

 

“Wabash Center Lounge”

Come by and visit us when we’re not in session.

Room 107 Hynes Convention Center 
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Other sessions on teaching
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