I am committed to providing my students with the best learning experience possible. I think and write about pedagogy, and collaborate with colleagues across the globe on work that pushes me in new directions when it comes to teaching. You can browse my sample syllabi, watch interviews about my approaches, and read articles I’ve written about pedagogical approaches.
- A blog post at Ancient Jew Review: Creativity, Critical Thinking, and the UnEssay in the Biblical Studies Classroom
- Using Unessays in the University. The Arts & Humanities Enhancement and Development (AHEAD) programme interviewed Meredith so she could share her practices on camera. The video explains the Unessays concept, describes its benefits, shows examples, and gives tips on how colleagues could take a similar approach.
- “Teaching with Technology: Using Digital Humanities to Engage Student Learning,” Teaching Theology and Religion 19.3 (2016): 309–319. [Restricted access]
- “Students Think Better with Thinking Pieces: Why You Should Consider Using Low-Stakes Writing Assignments in Your Class” (with Shayna Sheinfeld) in Ancient Jew Review (2015)