Monthly Archives: October 2011

Do you journal?

Or keep a notebook? Or write to understand something? This week, I’m talking about a chapter on Writing Across Curriculum, a movement that is apparently almost thirty years old (from the book A Guide to Composition Pedagogies). In college, maybe … Continue reading

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Who Knew? The Versatile Blog Award

I was shocked. My blog was born out of a class assignment. This basically made my day. Thanks, Christina Lim. So what does receiving the Versatile Blogger Award mean? It means that someone has chosen my blog as one of … Continue reading

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In Which I Attempt to Explain the Way My Brain Works AND Make a Point – Multiculturalism

Somewhere along the lines, a professor or twelve, who I will now call multicultural pedagogues, applied their teaching theories to me and in doing so, both directly and indirectly made me think outside of my own perspective. I believe this … Continue reading

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A Product of Service Learning and Better for It

While I have lots of concerns and questions about critical pedagogy, I must write about service learning this week, because that was one of the primary facets of my undergraduate education in a teacher-training program. I think by the end … Continue reading

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