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All That Jazz

I’ve come across many different styles of music, some I have adored, and others I more respect than enjoy. One however, that never ceases to impress and captivate me, is Jazz and the improvisation within. 1,132 more words


Time to Use Current Research Through the Lens of a Teacher's Integrity and Identity?

I have been reading Parker J. Palmer’s book, The Courage To Teach: Exploring the  Inner Landscape of a Teacher’s Life. I like the perspective he takes and the ideas he explores, mainly acknowledging teaching is a vocation. 982 more words

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Time for the Developmental Needs of Children?

I have always been interested in learning about the developmental stages children progress through at school. I have sought out materials that have helped me deepen my understanding and expertise. 345 more words

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Reflections on Research - the pointy end of the funnel

At the halfway point of the year, and the 5-month point of my 12-month Fellowship, I thought it a good time to stop and reflect. (I have tried writing one of these posts at the 3-month and 4-month marks but became stuck. 733 more words


When considering a career, use data as a guide

One of the best sources of information for career planning and guidance comes from the United States government. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) not only reports  on national  224 more words

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Scrawl Season 3, Episode 6: Scrawl Gets Interviewed

On this very special episode of Scrawl, the team talks with Molly Rentscher from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She stops in to talk about her current research for her senior thesis on diversity in Writing Centers.  65 more words

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On Open Access Scholarship

“Open Science, Open Minds.” That’s the slogan of Intech, an online resource with a wealth of science journals (and books) available for download, for free! 133 more words

What Do You Think?