I have become a big believer in the “flipped classroom,” and am working toward incorporating this pedagogy into my classes as time and energy allow. So I found this article by Honeycutt and Warren in… 363 more words
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Over the past few years I’ve noticed a growing number of articles exclaiming, “How To Take Care of An Introvert” or “10 Things Everyone Should Understand About Introverts” and while I have no real problem with introverts and introversion, my issue is with the fact that people of the internet seem to have romanticized introversion in a way that turns any possible social impediments a person might have into desirable quirky traits. 713 more words
So I decided to take a break from my series on women in Church History in order to write this post about the field that I am hoping to get into. 754 more words
Last night’s class discussion led to a talk about finding ways for big congregations to make everyone feel as though their voice is heard. Our talk began shortly after a Twitter exercise where we tweeted our thoughts whilst listening to an audio version of Esther, so obviously I was still reading/favoriting/retweeting everyone’s tweets. 723 more words
We are all too aware that we live in a world built for extroverts. Guess what. That shit’s about to change.
Consider this a call to all introverts (also known as inherently superior human beings) to rise up and take the world back from the clutches of blow-hards and loud-mouths. 376 more words