Two long-haired brown dogs relaxing on the sand. They share strong connections, evident through playfulness and an absence of personal space.
Teaching people, not content or tools, builds lasting connections and aligns values. Can the human element save the humanities?
A water lily exudes peace in isolation, yet its participation in the ecosystem is vital.
Participation often terrifies introverted students. But they actually offer three unique contributions to class. Learn how here.
Isn't the ice cream supposed to be *inside* the cone, not sitting beside it on the concrete? That looks accidental…and delicious
If we orient our teaching practice toward student agency, minor decisions can become accidental paradigm shifts, bringing joy to our work.