As we all settle in for our long winter’s nap, writer Brody Truce designed a word cloud of our site to get a sense of our values. I was a little nervous about what we’d see, but I’m thrilled with the results. If you’re making resolutions or reflecting on why we all do what we do as educators, it’s a nice reminder of what’s at the heart of our work.
by Leah Wescott Editor-in-Chief Join us this afternoon at 3:00 p.m. EST when we talk to author, humorist, musician, poet, theater director and academic rogue Diana Senechal. Diana’s award winning book Republic of Noise: The Loss of Solitude in Schools and Culture challenges modern trends toward group work without individual reflection and one-size-fits-all learning outcomes. […]
Which non-issue is the topic your students consider the most important issue on campus – if not the world? Parking Cafeteria food Other __________________ Please add your answer to the comments.
Cronk Editor-in-Chief Leah Wescott was the special April Fool’s Day guest on Conor Mclaughlin’s podcast “Life Work Balances.” Subjects ranged from love to Model UN to burned popcorn and even inspired a Cronk headline. Wescott was uncharacteristically open about her real identity and personal reflections on her career missteps and greatest hits.
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