John Henry Browne
B.A., Manhattan College, magna cum laude; M.A., New York University, NY
An Introduction to James Joyce, Telelearning, San Francisco, California.
honors and awards
Understanding by Design Conference, Boston, Summer 2002
Shakespeare in Performance, MacMaster University, Summer 2003
Playing Shakespeare, University of Virginia, Summer 2004
Camp Shakespeare, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Summer, 2006
A&HE 4058: Teaching of reading
The course focuses on helping teachers examine theoretical and pedagogical principles relevant to teaching literary and non-literary texts with emphasis on the relations of texts and readers. Special fee required.
A&HE 4551: Teaching of Shakespeare
An examination of diverse theoretical perspectives and pedagogical principles for teaching Shakespeare. Special fee required
A&HE 4556: Seminar for Inservice Teachers
A required course for 34 and 35-point M.A. students, this seminar is designed to support practicing teachers as they compose and expand their teaching lives. The seminar will provide teachers with a community of colleagues with whom they can build and explore professional growth in the areas of instructional strategies, pedagogy, and the critical issues of contemporary teaching, as well as an opportunity to reflect and discuss issues of concern. Offered fall semester only.
A&HE 5590: Master's seminar: Teaching of English
Designed to prepare students for completing integrative project for the M.A. degree, students participate in seminars which are oriented towards creating an academic, professional, and social network. Students research an area of special interest and share their findings. Special fee required.