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Is any disappointment worse than the disappointment of dropping an ice-cream cone on the sidewalk?
After an abysmal first day of class, I retooled and approached the second day with completely different priorities. This semester tests our ability to be flexible.
On the wall, a mural depicts a boat tossed by waves, struggling to lay anchor. In the front, a bold red couch rests comfortably, welcoming contemplation.
The Intro course at Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020 will ask participants to consider pedagogy through critical, humanist, adaptive lenses. Here’s our approach.
A row of pretty much identical black clothes hangs on a a rod. Gosh, which one should I pick this time?
When the world’s falling apart, picking up the pieces takes effort. Starting from scratch helps us stay fresh and vibrant.