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2017 Reading Recap

Just for fun (and a little late), I tallied up my 2017 reads. Here are some stats, observations, and favorites. In 2017, I read 33 books total. 18 of those were audiobooks (yes it counts as reading) and the rest were print or ebooks. I read 21 works of fiction and 12 works of nonfiction. … Continue reading 2017 Reading Recap

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Digital Personality

I've just wrapped the second week of the Fall 2017 teaching semester, and I'm still in the warm glow of new students, new classes, new ideas. My Writing for Digital Media students had to complete and hand in questionnaires about their digital media habits, and I thought it was only fair I play along and … Continue reading Digital Personality

List 4: Troubled Cells and Good Medicine

Week 4/ List 4:  List the soundtrack of your life right now. About a month ago, my husband and I were talking about protest music; aware that we're on the verge of a massive social and political sea change, he wondered what kind of new music would emerge from the chaos and turmoil. Then came … Continue reading List 4: Troubled Cells and Good Medicine

List 3: Midnight Radio, or, Joy as an Act of Resistance

This post is part of a series inspired by the 52 lists project journal; read more about my intention and approach in the original post here. Week 3 / List 3: List the happiest moments of your life so far. This week, I'm not actually going to include my entire list in the post (sorry!) because, in … Continue reading List 3: Midnight Radio, or, Joy as an Act of Resistance

List 2: Boss Witches

This post is part of a series inspired by the 52 lists project journal; read more about my intention and approach in the original post here. Week 2 / List 2: List your favorite characters from books, movies, etc. This is the prompt that inspired me to buy this journal. I've been a voracious reader my … Continue reading List 2: Boss Witches

The 52 Lists Project 2017

I posted the entry below to Instagram and Facebook a little while ago, but I'm going to begin the project in earnest on the blog this week, so I thought I'd include it here, as an introduction. My number one resolution for 2017 is to get back into a regular writing habit. Between book edits … Continue reading The 52 Lists Project 2017

Alternative Workshop Methods

At #AWP2016 today, I'm serving on the panel "Pedagogy's Next Wave: Alternatives to the Whole-Class Workshop." Specifically, I'll be talking about guided workshops, collaborative workshops, and multimedia workshops. Below, I've included links to the handout I made for the panel, and a few additional pieces of information (lesson plans, readings, etc.) that other teachers may … Continue reading Alternative Workshop Methods