What does “life” really mean? Join me in this thought exercise!
Month: October 2015
Poem inspired by the juxtapositions of life.
Aged Stillness Hidden fortresses Hidden, starving hearts Hidden within boxes with potential echoes in mourning’s fog Hidden within tangled webs with disguised hopes and fears Hidden, now forgotten with blind victims Hidden, faint potential echoes linger with longings to shatter the… Read More ›
Exploring: What does it mean to see history everywhere? How do people have a “voice” in everyday life?
This blog attempts to explore two questions/topics that interest me and the points at which these questions intersect. Please be sure to read and think about this one and let me know what you think! Thanks! For the past decade… Read More ›
11 reasons the face-to-face classroom is a wonderful, magical, one-of-a-kind place for students and professors.
1. Our aches, pains, and worries evaporate into nothing 95% of the time. 2. We all get to ask deep, powerful questions and have opportunities to hear perspectives from each other in real time. 3. We all frequently open up and share… Read More ›
People everywhere talk about learning styles so often and with such certainty that most find it surprising that psychologists and other researchers argue that learning styles do not exist. Over the years, I have taken different learning styles assessments for… Read More ›