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Slow Down:
Teaching Students to Encode Their Close Reading
M. H. Beals
@mhbeals
m.h.beals@lboro.ac.uk
Loughborough Univers...
Bridging the Gap
Students Enter
Higher Education History
With a Wide Range of
Explicit and Implicit
Capabilities and Assum...
First-Year Assessments
Should Develop:
Factual Knowledge
Disciplinary Methodologies
Critical Thinking Practices
Communicat...
Working Through the Steps
Examining a New Source
Making Identifications
Undertaking Close-Reading
(Please Stay With The Gr...
Working Through the Steps
If You Have a Laptop, Please Visit
https://github.com/mhbeals/tei-ihr-workshop
On a Scale of One to Ten...
100 Collaborators
Who Broke Google Drive?
Students Encouraged to
Play With Cloud Storage Space
Because it is Unbreakable
Looking Forward
Penelope-Style Skills Development
Clear, Consistent Vocabularies
Let them ‘Hate Computers’ but not ‘Give U...
Brought to You By
All Slides Use CC0 or CC-BY Images and Are Released Under The CC-BY 4.0 Licence
SLIDES ABOUT ME
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Wil...
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Slow Down: Teaching Students to Encode their Close Reading

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A workshop held at the Teaching History in Higher Education Conference, hosted by the Institute of Historical Research and supported by the Royal Historical Society, 8 September 2015. (ORCID: 0000-0002-2907-3313)

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Slow Down: Teaching Students to Encode their Close Reading

  1. 1. Slow Down: Teaching Students to Encode Their Close Reading M. H. Beals @mhbeals m.h.beals@lboro.ac.uk Loughborough University ORCID: 0000-0002-2907-3313 (with special thanks to Merv Lewis, Chris Corker and Sarah Holland of Sheffield Hallam University)
  2. 2. Bridging the Gap Students Enter Higher Education History With a Wide Range of Explicit and Implicit Capabilities and Assumptions …and Mobile Phones Image Courtesy of Mike Licht (CC BY) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/2313507405
  3. 3. First-Year Assessments Should Develop: Factual Knowledge Disciplinary Methodologies Critical Thinking Practices Communication Skills Digital Competencies Autodidactic Tendencies Disciplinary and Academic Identity A Perfect Student-Centred Assessment? Image Courtesy of Mike Licht (CC BY) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/2738957753
  4. 4. Working Through the Steps Examining a New Source Making Identifications Undertaking Close-Reading (Please Stay With The Group) Image Courtesy of Mike Licht (CC BY) at https://www.flickr.com/photos/notionscapital/2560551726
  5. 5. Working Through the Steps If You Have a Laptop, Please Visit https://github.com/mhbeals/tei-ihr-workshop
  6. 6. On a Scale of One to Ten...
  7. 7. 100 Collaborators
  8. 8. Who Broke Google Drive? Students Encouraged to Play With Cloud Storage Space Because it is Unbreakable
  9. 9. Looking Forward Penelope-Style Skills Development Clear, Consistent Vocabularies Let them ‘Hate Computers’ but not ‘Give Up’ Do the Preliminaries Every Year
  10. 10. Brought to You By All Slides Use CC0 or CC-BY Images and Are Released Under The CC-BY 4.0 Licence SLIDES ABOUT ME Good Will And Faerie Dust

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