Pedagogy

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A repository for my more formal explorations of pedagogical reflection, theory, and practice. is tampa ready for 2 oncoming stormsThe four men had left for a fishing trip from Seminole Boat Ramp in Clearwater Pass on Saturday. Coast Guard is unable to provide specific numbers of how many people go missing from boating accidents like this past weekend’s, but officials say that since last fall there have been three people who have not been cheap jordans online found after triggering Coast Guard searches.5) Bad investments: […]

Thoughts on academic blogging

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Here’s why academics should write for the public Jonathan Wai, Duke University and David Miller, Northwestern University There’s been much discussion about the needless complexity of academic writing. In a widely read article in The Chronicle of Higher Education last year, Steven Pinker, professor of psychology at Harvard and author of several acclaimed books including The Sense of Style, analyzed why academic writing is “turgid, soggy, wooden, bloated, clumsy, obscure, unpleasant to read, and impossible to understand.” More recently, Jeff Camhi, professor emeritus of biology […]