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Being Taught vs. Being Told

I approach the teaching of critical thinking in a slightly different manner than many instructors. In my¬†composition courses, we don’t have time to cover everything I would like to cover about critical thinking techniques, but I embed ways to practice … Continue reading

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Factory Education vs. Improvisation

Not long ago, I was just finishing up a consultation in our college’s writing center when one of my former students, Noah, turned from a computer screen and greeted me. ¬†Noah was a dedicated student in my class, and from … Continue reading

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Factory Education

In many ways, I want to revise this political cartoon. I want to add color and make the characters much more prominent and creative upon entry and much more factory-stamped on exit. But it will just have to remain as … Continue reading

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