Entries from September 2008

Forgive me…

Date September 23, 2008

Last year at this time, you, students, knew more. Part of this may’ve been your preparation in the past, but I feel like part of this is my fault. See, the last couple of years I had the curriculum all planned out and I really enjoyed my job. This year, things are different. Planning is […]

Working on Eng 101

Date September 5, 2008

I knew that if I stayed at work today I wouldn’t get my Eng 101 online course written. I’ve felt so unmotivated this week. Shelley and I met to work on this class last weekend, and we worked for a good five hours, but now I can’t do anything. I’ve been almost frozen from working […]

Are Advanced Placement Courses Diminishing Liberal Arts Education?

Date September 5, 2008

The other day I received this article from a colleague that was rather irksome in many ways, albeit it did make me think. As an instructor in both highschool and college, I know how pedagogically inexperienced many (NOT ALL) of my colleagues are at the colleges, but on the other hand I know how content […]