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Stuff You Should Know...about Research

I think I’ve mentioned before, but I like to listen to podcasts when I run. Over the last few years I’ve created a list of fun things to listen to that keep my brain engaged while I might otherwise be bored (stuck on the treadmill, running in the dark, etc.) 292 more words

Fun Stuff

E3 Alliance Business Engagement Study

One of my most rewarding E3 Alliance Internship experiences was designing and executing a small research study to support my colleagues’ work. Early in the summer, my supervisor, Khotan Shahbazi-Harmon, had encouraged me to develop a research opportunity that would allow me to use the skills I’d learned at the Bush School while developing my network in Central Texas. 341 more words


Social Media Strategy

My supervisor and colleagues at E3 Alliance were interested in broadening the organization’s reach on social media, so one of my chief projects over the summer was to develop a social media strategy for E3. 249 more words


Stanford's Bootcamp Bootleg--A Toolkit for Thinking

Stanford University Design Process Bootcamp Bootleg pdf

If you think about it, “design thinking” is applicable to many subjects and projects. There are aspects that beg to be used/applied accross the curriculum. 265 more words

When students make their thinking visible and teachers do not see it

The whole idea of visible thinking routines is not to generate decoration for the classroom walls or to inspire contemplation. The thinking students willingly illustrated for us is both an invitation for assessing where students are in the process of inquiry, for observing the opportunities to enrich the experience, to identify the support that needs to be given, to consider possible adjustments to the process, and to marvel at the revelations we might come across. 373 more words


Research Log - Oliver Hanchett

With limited information gained from various sources about Oliver Hanchett, we seek for more information about his life and experiences to aid our investigation on Exeter’s case. 159 more words