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"Not having heard something is not as good as having heard it; having heard it is not as good as having seen it; having seen it is not as good as knowing it; knowing it is not as good as putting it into practice."
- John Knoblock translation of "Xunzi" by Xun Kuang (312-230 B.C.) Book 8, Chapter 11.
Welcome! This guide is designed to help you navigate researching the basics of teaching including specific topics like: Online Teaching, High School Teaching, and Cross-Cultural Teaching. It is primarily focused on different strategies and aspects of teaching rather than content.
Where to Start
Dictionaries and Encyclopedias: A list of dictionaries and encyclopedia with terms and information in the realm of teaching.
Teaching - General: Resources on general teaching strategies in both the secular and Christian fields.
Online Education: Resources on online education and how to engage students while teaching them online.
Cross-Cultural/ Overseas Teaching: Resources that will be helpful for those who are teaching overseas or planning to do so. This tab is also valuable for those teaching in multicultural environments inside a given country.
Teaching - Primary and Secondary: Resources for teachers in primary/ elementary and secondary/ high school.
History of Teaching: Resources on the history of education in general and a collection of Christian education history books.
Thought Provoking: Resources for those who want to expand their research on different views on improving teaching and education.
Non-Teaching Roles and Career Paths: Resources for those wishing to be in academia in a non-teaching role or who want to map out their career path.
Journals: A list of journals that specifically focus on teaching and education.
The lists and topics in this guide are not an exhaustive display of the resources provided by SEBTS. Rather, the purpose of these lists is to provide a starting place for students who are beginning the research process in a new field.
There you will find a comprehensive introduction to the academic research and writing process as well as some helpful resources concerning research appointments, bibliography, and citation help.