‘To share is our duty’ – Virginia Woolf
The Modernist Review, The British Association of Modernist Studies and the Routledge Encyclopaedia of Modernism are pleased to present here the Teaching Resource Pack, a free-to-access collection of materials, guides and curricula for all teachers of modernism. As with the Community Resource Pack, these are crowd-sourced by scholars from all over the world. Published by Routledge and peer-reviewed by the TMR team, our dream is for this collection to become an invaluable hub of shared resources, constantly growing to reflect the latest pedagogic practice.
The collection will be small at first, but we know that by drawing on the vast experience of the community we can achieve something great. All the resources contained here are free. We warmly welcome contributions of any kind – see our submission guidelines here. While our current call-out is currently soliciting materials relating to teaching feminism, our general Call for Content is perpetually ongoing – we want to hear from you!
Thanks to Routledge, all submissions count as publications, meaning contributors will be formally recognised for their role in building a teaching community.
- Small Group Teaching: Techniques and Guides
Death of the Seminar Leader: Caleb Gattegno’s Silent Way in Small Group Teaching [Handout]
Gareth Mills. A flexible seminar exercise to reduce teacher talking time and encourage active student participation.
- Module design
Modernist Manifestos and Magazines
Rebecca Bowler. A description, a rubric and assessments for an eleven-week third-year special option module.