Anna Smith, educational researcher & teacher educator blogging about composition in the digital age, contexts for learning, theories of development, and global youth.
As of late, I have been enamored with infographics—the epitome of “a picture is worth a thousand words.” So, beginning this week and running indefinitely, I will be posting infographics … Continue reading
In the Music section of The New York Times, music critic Simon Reynolds explored how and why The Songs of Now Sound a Lot Like Then. Right in the middle of … Continue reading
Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Ball State University
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conversations on multilingual writing at the Ohio University Dept. of English
Purpose: Actively perform in reflective practice to increase understandings with best teaching practices!
On writing & teaching my way through PhD land
Education is not preparation for life; education is life itself. ~ John Dewey
critical educators merging life and pedagogy working toward social justice
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