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July 31, 2014

The first class meeting is August 27. Check back after that date for postings by the graduate student arts entrepreneurs.


"Math Play" Presentation for Early Childhood teachers

Even though my teaching experiences are all middle and high school, as a PreSchool-12 math chair and father of 3 young children, I’m intensely interested in how math is presented to very young people. 76 more words


Calling All Social Critics and Comedians!

As I finalize my selections for a course on American Counterculture from the 1960s to present day, I slyly grin at the allotment of time dedicated to the late great cultural rebel George Carlin. 538 more words

Humor In America

Teaching Vision and Bravery: Transcript of a Talk at Class of '55 Reunion on Peace and Conflict Studies

This is a transcription of my presentation on the panel on Peace and Conflict Studies at the Oberlin College Class of 1955 Reunion event in May 2014. 1,521 more words

What Sticks

Like many University faculty members around the US, the last days of July bring with them a palpable realization that summer is drawing to a close. 1,103 more words

Work And Life

How Learning Could (And Should) Be an Adventure #edchat

The summer break is coming to a close, and I wanted to take the kids (and their friend) on one last true adventure before school starts back up. 1,059 more words


Blog Contribution 7

Talk to us about a major development with your final paper… ┬áTell us what happened and HOW.