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Monthly Archives: August 2011
One of the perks of teaching is that every semester we (faculty and students) get to start fresh. Regardless of what happened last term, we can craft a new direction. It’s almost like an academic mulligan. When we kick off … Continue reading
The next time life seems to be going a little too fast or you are feeling more battered than your congressional representative, consider the following wisdom from an eleven year old. In this case, the pre-adolescent aged being is our … Continue reading
Last night I helped a long-time colleague celebrate her retirement. After 40+ years in the classroom, Meg “Mama” Hawley has filed her last lesson plan, graded the last essay, and attended her last faculty meeting. She now gets to create … Continue reading