The Center for Teaching and Learning regularly hosts reading groups for faculty interested in meeting together to discuss a topic of mutual interest. Groups have covered topics such as Feminist Pedagogy, Teaching the Millennial Student, First Things, and Teaching Art in a Christian Context.

Spring 2009

Stanley Hauerwas, The State of the University: Academic Knowledges and the Knowledge of God

Fall 2008

bell hooks, Teaching to Transgress 

spring 2008

Robert Boice, Advice for New Faculty Members

Fall 2007

Paolo Freire, Teachers as Cultural Workers: Letters to Those Who Dare Teach

Spring 2007

Ken Bains, What the Best College Teachers Do

Spring 2005

Reading Lolita in Tehran: Life on the Border Between Certainty and Questioning

Spring 2004

Pedagogies of Liberation

Fall 2003

The Vocation of Teaching: Readings in Dallas Willard and Gloria Durka
Co-sponsored by the Wesleyan Center

Teaching for Diversity

Spring 2003

First Things: Foundations of Liberal Arts from the Christian College to the World

Madeleine L'Engle's Walking on Water: Teaching Literature and Art in a Christian College

Fall 2002

Feminist Pedagogy: Issues and Opportunities Teaching the Millennial Student

Spring 2002

First Things : The Foundations of Liberal Arts from Newman to the Christian College

Feminist Pedagogy: Building a Hospitable Classroom