Narrative and Play in Multimedia Teaching
Over on the Virtual Theology Colloquium Blog
Iain Doherty posted his abstract
a while back. I've only just got round to really reading it, and the first thing that struck me was some comments about the importance of "narrative and play" in multimedia teaching.
I can't help wondering how this might translate into my area, narrative is no problem, the subject matter either is
narrative, or is surrounded by narrative (the life of Ancient Israel, etc.), but how could one use play more in teaching this material....
I've noticed some good ideas on Bibli*blogs, particularly Michael Homan's
. I must think more. I'm looking forward to engaging more with Iain's paper.