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A Lesson Learned
The only truly enduring aspects of my life, the only through lines linking my earliest childhood memories to the present moment, have been curiosity–a drive to know, to ask Why? Yes, why? But why? What now? what comes next? and find the answers–and a burning urge, a need, to write, to make, to create. Continue reading
Posted in work-life balance, writing Tagged Covid-19, life lessons, pandemic, self-awareness, self-reflection, teaching, writer, writing 2 Comments
It’s Been a Hot Minute, Hasn’t It?
Hello, Blogosphere! So, I just logged in to this space for the first time in . . . a while. Reading through my last post, written in July of last year, I find it truly resonates with me, and I … Continue reading
Posted in End of the Year wrap Up, Uncategorized Tagged blogging, corgi, pandemic, personal goals, professional goals, reading, teaching, writing 2 Comments
If you’ve never taught online before but now have to with almost no prep time, here are a couple of big things to keep in mind that will make it easier on you and your students.
As the Coronavirus pandemic spreads, universities are moving to online remote instruction and professors are being asked to move on-the-ground classes designed for face-to-face delivery online, sometimes with as little as a day’s notice, most often with a week or … Continue reading