You might think college funding makes sense, but it doesn’t. Here’s my take on why coronavirus is going to kill a lot of American colleges, but truth is – they were dying anyway.
A few good reads to kick off your week. One should never approach Monday without a good read around. To kick off, this piece by Kutter Callaway of Fuller Seminary really hit home with me today when I read it in a back issue of Fuller Magazine that we got […]
We teach who we are. Teaching isn’t as much about the what as it is about the who – who you are as a teacher is communicated more thoroughly than any ‘content’ in the lesson plan. Source: Letter to a Young High School Teacher | Comment Magazine This is a […]
As an exercise to wrap up the training this week, I’m supposed to draft my personal mission statement / elevator speech explanation of why I mentor at WGU. I’m an educator. It’s what I do. It’s what I am. When I was a kid, I used to pretend sometimes that […]
I was stunned recently by three episodes in Malcolm Gladwell’s podcast, ReVisionist History, pertaining to higher education. He rips into rich colleges for leaving the poor behind. That’s gotta sting….. Gladwell’s episodes present only his point of view, a potential downside to any podcast, but their strength is in their […]