Student X and Why We CANNOT #evaluatethat

In response to an email I received from a student just two days ago and a conversation I had with a former student in the Spring of last year, I am compelled to add my two cents worth to an invitation from BATs (Badass Teacher Association) to flood Twitter with reasons teachers should not and... Continue Reading →

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Looking for More: Hearts, Love and other Valentine Crap

I admit it; I'm a sucker for Valentine's day. A hopeless romantic, I believe in the ideal. If we stop reaching for what is possible, then there isn't a point, right? Perhaps it's because I have a Valentine that I feel this way. In fact, I've had a Valentine since I was sixteen years old.... Continue Reading →

This is ACTIVE Learning: The Reduced King Lear

Shakespeare's works are OH-SO-TEACHABLE! The trouble is students really have difficulty with the language, so I take a very interactive approach whenever I teach anything Shakespeare. Before we began reading King Lear, I showed The Reduced Shakespeare: The Complete Works (Abridged).  My rationale is and always has been to make Shakespeare's works accessible and relevant.... Continue Reading →

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