Quotes from the episode
I realized I could make choices consistent with what I think is important.
What we think is best is highly dependent on our values.
Attention by itself is not a function of learning.
The classroom belongs to the student as much as the instructor.
- Chicago Tribune’s Biblioracle
- McSweeney’s Internet Tendency
- A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again by David Foster Wallace
- My “Last” Class by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- I Miss Teaching by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- I’m Never Assigning an Essay Again by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- Moving Students Away From Their Phones by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- The False God of Attention by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- Considering Student Silences by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- Teaching Sentences, Not “Grammar” by John Warner, Inside Higher Ed
- The Invitation by Bonni Stachowiak, Teaching in Higher Ed
- Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other* by Sherry Turkle
- Model collaboration: Set up a simple, shared Google doc.
- Robert Talbert’s recommendations in the comments of the Tools for Travel post on Teaching in Higher Ed. (TSA precheck; $85 for five years)
- Visit the Lake District in Italy, specifically Lake Maggiore and Stresa.
- The End of Vandalism* and other books by Tom Drury
- Bad Ideas About Writing from West Virginia University Libraries
* Corrected the name of the publisher for the Bad Ideas About Writing Book, thanks to Cheryl’s fix in the comments, below.
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