Monthly Archives: May 2012

The last word

What you said on the last day of class under the title: How To Succeed On Your Final To Do: -Place your self within the world. – Have fun with it. – Turn it in on time. (5 p.m.) – … Continue reading

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Things I always miss

Inside jokes. Free throws. Students when the semester ends. Photo Credit: Catherine Keefe

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Here. Voices.

Photo Credit: Catherine Keefe A Monday Morning Game Compose a paragraph. Well actually, compose  three.  Select one different aspect of yourself, one different voice, to present in each. See an example of how this works: 1: Sending smiles and hugs, … Continue reading

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Hide and seek

(Photo Credit: Theresa Lower) This class falls under the Written Inquiry designation. We write to question. We get on our hands and knees and dig deep and if we read the signs we notice that we’ve never been guaranteed that … Continue reading

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Sometimes moms really do have the best advice…

There’s light at the end of the Bridge to Wisdom. Costa Rica. Photo Credit:  Catherine Keefe It came. Kony 2012, the “most viral video in history,” captured our attention in class.   One student called it, “pure propaganda, very well … Continue reading

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