Monthly Archives: January 2018

It’s that time of year. The ISU (Does it Really Matter?)

Although its been nearly twenty years since I graduated high school, I remember that chapter of my life with incredible fondness and clarity. I remember the movies my friends and I went to see, the hijinks of school dances, romantic … Continue reading

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Parents. Are you watching Andi Mack? You should.

If you’re like me and have young children at home (my daughter is 7 and my son is 4), then you’ve probably heard of, or have at least watched, one episode of Disney’s Andi Mack. If you haven’t, this is … Continue reading

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Descriptive Feedback: The Exhaustive Journey Worth Taking

Frankly, as semester one comes to a close, I am exhausted. This doesn’t take away from the great sense of joy I have in working along side my Communications Technology students as they work to produce a mosaic of short … Continue reading

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