How does your research influence how and what you teach? Does being an active researcher make you a better teacher? How important is it for lecturers and teachers to keep abreast of current scholarship?
Following on from the success of the 2013 Classical Association Conference, a call for papers for the 2014 Conference has been released by Nottingham University. I am interested in coordinating a panel entitled 'Defining Classical Scholarship: The Research/Teaching Interface'. The purpose of this panel will be to discuss the impact which research has on teaching and learning through case studies and suggestions for best practice. I hope that this panel will attract papers from across the educational sector including, but not limited to, Higher Education.
Abstracts of no more than 300 words will need to be submitted for consideration by the end of August. Please message/tweet/DM me if you would like to be involved.