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Midterm Advice from Your Kooky Southern Aunt

I’ve been giving students advice a lot lately. It’s that time of the semester. For me, pumpkin lattes are the harbinger of panicked emails. It’s midterm, and in the best of times, it’s the moment when a lot of students recognize that they are no longer in the orientation phase but actually on the downhill…

Making a Class Podcast

I’ve been philosophical about the feeling of teaching virtually in a pandemic, but now it’s time to get specific. Here’s a thing I’m doing with a literature survey class that seems to be working: a class podcast. In short, it’s the “audio_only” part of a Zoom recording. I tack on a little musical jingle-jangle at…

Learning in the Livestream

It’s hard for me to imagine, but I’ve been practicing yoga for 16 years.  I started in 2004 as a college sophomore getting my PE credits for gen ed. I was hooked. More or less consistently for the last 16 years, I have been taking classes in a studio or in a university gym. So…

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