Monthly Archives: September 2021

So, You ‘Did Your Research?’

If by “do your research” you mean that a Google search will reveal pages that agree with your position, that’s not exactly impressive. Using Google I can find pages that say the Earth is flat, the Holocaust never happened, and … Continue reading

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To Lead, To Drive, To Do: Why (and How) I Teach

(Originally published December 29, 2018) Students tend to like solid, concrete, specific answers. Or, more accurately, they like to know, solidly, concretely, and specifically what answers I want from them. They rarely get them, however, and that’s a good thing. … Continue reading

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