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Thoughts on Teaching - Pre-Semester Preparations - 1/10/2015

Well, here we go.  Another semester is set to start, with just a little over a day left until we get going.  I am teaching six sections this coming semester, three online sections and three hybrid sections.   604 more words


"It's nice that you have 3 weeks off..."

As the end of the winter break between semesters looms, I’m struck by how far from a “break” it’s been. I wish every time someone commented “It’s nice that you have three weeks off work” made it a little more true. 235 more words

On Teaching Abroad: Part 1

With a little over half of the semester behind us here in Viterbo, it’s time to take a first stab at my own thoughts and perspectives about teaching far, far away from my home university. 1,191 more words

Living In Viterbo

How do I prepare for a course in Landscape Architecture?

The type of preparation that will benefit you the most will depend on your professional background and the experiences you have already gained prior to starting the course. 297 more words

Course Preparation

Learning English is Hard Work

There are a lot of hours that go into preparation to teach, there isn’t much question about that.  Creating the lesson plan is just the first part of the process.   415 more words

Impromptu meeting

As I get my head back in the game in terms of looking toward the opening day of classes, I wrote to a professor earlier today to see about a planning meeting for two library sessions and a workshop we’ll be offering early in the fall semester.  537 more words


Rain changes plans...Mundy comes Thursday instead

As the rain began falling this morning at 7:20, I was riding my bike to class loaded down with ~30# of gear (including 10 pairs of binoculars for class).   388 more words