Greetings all. I would appreciate your feedback and participation in Student Opinion of Teaching Effectiveness (SOTEs). It is helpful to me and to our school. You have probably been notified directly by University administration to participate. Thank you! Image: Cairn in Elk Rapids, Michigan
Hey all – I just finished reading all of your posts submitted for grading – THANK YOU for the thoughtful and interesting content! I appreciate your hard work during such a chaotic time. Image: My office mate and his hedgehogs.
NOTE: Make sure you follow these instructions and pay attention to the dates below. You’ve worked so hard over the past semester – don’t let that content just disappear!
Hey all – you may see next Monday’s post in your feeds. It published today for some reason. Please disregard. 🙂 Have a great weekend! 🤷
Hey all – I’m in our May Faculty Retreat in Zoom the next two days. If anyone needs anything – email me or Zoom IM me. I hope everyone is well! Image: Buddy
Hey all – thanks for your feedback about a chat session. Here’s what I came up with that I think will work for most.
Hello all – I want to schedule one more informal social time at the end of the semester. What works best for you all? I want to get a sense of who could or would like to attend. I am thinking Saturday the 15th or Sunday the 16th at Noon PT? How would that work? […]
Greetings all! We interrupt our regularly scheduled program for a special “Keep Calm & Reflect” Week. Use the time to work on your Director’s Brief or whatever you’d like. Action Items: Breathe. Meditate. Take a walk if possible. Did you submit your blog URL for grading? Contact me: I am available for questions – site […]
Hey all – I have heard from a few of you that our WP site is not liking larger file sizes. Our school IT sets the parameters for security etc. SO – a good solution is to store the brief in the cloud (Dropbox, Google, etc) and link to it from your post. Please share […]
Hey all – I’ve decided next week is “Keep Calm & Reflect” week. Work on your Briefs and your Symposium entry and take time for yourselves to reflect on our class themes and our strange new landscape. There is still so much happening. Personal note: I will be out on Monday afternoon for a routine […]