Have I mentioned lately that I have awesome students?
For a “Creative Critical Presentation” in my online American Literature survey, English major Tyler Carter created A Message from Hester Prynne, a 9-minute video that explores Hester’s psychology and spirituality, through music, dance, poetry, and cinematography.
All the technology Seton Hill offers to its students would be worthless, in my opinion, if we could not point to projects like this one, which demonstrates what happens when we turn our students into makers of new media rather than consumers of textbook truths.
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