Then I realized… I’m a guy who gets excited about grading papers in a park.
Today the awkward but delightful “Monsters, Inc” company play helped me explain why Shakespeare put the awful “Pyramus and Thisby” play after the main plot has resolved in A Midsummer Night’s Dream. http://t.co/WSXD943LpG
I told them to put their name on both pages. 6 of 22 forgot. I had to do handwriting forensics to match the orphan pages. I hate quizzes.
Humanities professors from the University of Virginia describe their frustrating attempts to give away their innovative textual study tool via Apple’s App Store. The reason the App Review Team gave (again and again) was that our app was “simply” or “just a book” (their words), and that it therefore had to be formatted in Apple’s iBooks Author program in order to be distributed through the iBookstore. We decided to play…
In the corner of the Seton Hill University Bookstore sit a few short aisles stacked with textbooks. Most of the Sullivan Hall store is devoted to apparel, school supplies and gifts. A few shelves are stocked with personal care items, while a multi-tiered Boots cosmetics display and a collection of Crabtree & Evelyn lotions earn prime real estate near the checkout counter. “It used to be books took up three-quarters…
Student who dropped by to troubleshoot her blog politely averted her eyes each time I typed my admin password. #kidstoday
Draft: “As my classmates tormented, I shrank into my turtle-like shell.” Suggestion: “The school mocked; I turtled.” (Yes, I am #marking.)
I still have not seen the “performance” but I did find this response to the ensuing slut-shaming to be thought-provoking. I saw many prominent white feminists use their sizeable platforms to defend Miley’s right to rub her ass on Robin Thicke while wearing flesh-coloured bra and panties. I watched as those same people remained embarrassingly silent about Miley’s behaviour towards black women and black culture. –Anne Theriault.
Mentors can adapt their teaching methods, goals and values in ways that a body of information cannot. @LukeBaum @PhilKomarny @Historiator
The AP Stylebook jumped in price by more than $2 over the summer, to about $15. I assume this has everything to do with the fact that college students are buying textbooks like mad. Price History Chart of 0465082998 The Associated Press Stylebook 2013 (Associated Press Stylebook and Briefing on Media Law).