In 1944, Clive Staples Lewis published The Abolition of Man which later became one of his most popular non-fiction writings. In the opening chapter of the book, Lewis expresses his frustration over an English textbook intended for grade school students.
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It was interesting to me that the article “On Banning Things in Classrooms” by Jon Warner was part of the reading materials for this week on Digital Pedagogy. Although I think that this discussion is more related to traditional pedagogical
Upon completing my master’s coursework in December of 2015, I accepted a job offer with Tetra Tech, a large consulting engineering firm, and started work the first week of January 2016. At Tetra Tech I was fortunate to be involved
In December 2018 I was still working in industry, yet I was wrapping up applications to a number of colleges and universities, hoping to start back to school in the Fall 2019 semester. I knew that going back into academia … Continue reading
As I think about the nature of this topic, I immediately recognize the emphasis on the ‘self.’ This introspective analysis seems to be all about me as a teacher. Questions to be asked are ‘Who am I?’ and ‘What is … Continue reading
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