story telling

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To blog ... or not to blog

Alright, so maybe this will turn into a "blog", or maybe, even better, "something new that comes along to replace" blogs? Nice to have Laura, Anne, and Ron drop by with their thoughts, and to have Anne's reminder that there is a history of thinking about what Serendip and the web in general are

Re-thinking Assessment: Counting with Mason

 

Re-thinking Assessment:
Counting with Mason


Anne Dalke
August 2007

In the several decades that I have been teaching college-level English (and related subjects) I have progessively de-emphasized grading. All of my current course pages have disclaimers like this:

Beyond the Walled Garden: "The World is Flat"

Serendip's Bookshelves

 

Thomas Friedman, The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-First Century.
Farrar, Stras and Giroux (2006; updated and expanded 2007).

Reviewed by Anne Dalke, Bryn Mawr College Department of English.

Storytelling as Inquiry: Course Schedule

College Seminar
Bryn Mawr College
Story Telling as Inquiry
Fall 2007

Course Schedule

   
I. Reading and Revising One's Self
 
T, 9/4

Introduction to the course

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Prime Suburban Realestate avialable Summer 1900...You too can call Overbrook Farms Home

Overbrook Farms :  The Suburb DeLuxe
 
 
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