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Why did the undergraduates cross the road? Extra credit.
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A year-end list, because why not?
The last couple of weeks, all the blogs and sites I usually visit are full of Top Ten and other year-end lists. I thought that on this New Year’s Eve I would jump on the bandwagon and share my own … Continue reading
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How I learned to stop worrying and love the teaching evaluation
It’s that time of year again, no, not just the time for giving and receiving Christmas presents, but also the time for giving final grades and receiving teaching evaluations. In this post, I focus on the latter, and I offer … Continue reading
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