Early mankind had a keen sense of place. Our ancestors knew their village, their area, and their limitations. Most of all, they knew – sensed – what was up and what was down. If they swung their feet to the ground, their feet stayed there. The concept of “upright” implies “right” as a premise. Over… Read more 30 Day Question Challenge – Day 4 – Which Way is Up?
I guess I am already breaking a rule, but I decided that “30-Day Teaching and Learning Question Challenge” does not necessarily mean thirty consecutive days! So with the weekend safely behind me, here I am for Day 3 of Enoch Hale’s challenge. I am dating myself somewhat, but a decade ago, I was teaching business… Read more 30 Day Question Challenge – Day 3 – Break The Rules
My colleague here in our Center for Teaching Excellence – Enoch Hale – intellectually pushes me all the time…and that is a good thing. Enoch has become a valued addition to co-teaching GRAD-602 with Jeff Nugent this semester. If you have listened to some of our podcasts, you have heard him. Like many of our… Read more 30 Day Question Challenge – Day 1- Complicated or Complex