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English Comp Workshop, or How One Attempts Get Students to Quit Saying “Peer Review”

It’s official. We’re three weeks in and that means my students are about to turn in their first essays. We did our first workshop and I wanted to post before I got the papers in because there’s some chance my … 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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