Can my old brain be (re)trained?

There are buildings on campus whose cornerstone bears a date before my birth. My father-in-law walked in some of these very buildings in 1936. Voorhees […]

Ruminations: CrowdFunding, Student Book-writing, and Grant-writing

  I had a few “extra minutes” at work today for reflection. I’m awaiting (dis)approval of seeking Crowdfunding financial support to expand my students’ capabilities to self publish […]

Shared Reflections With a Graduating Senior

What has kept me here almost forty years is not the buildings but the traditions, the faculty, staff, administrative, and trustee friendships–and the students. I asked one […]

Re-discovering YouTube as a Teaching/Learning Tool

Tonight I am “rediscovering” teaching/learning tools: specifically Skitch (for screenshots and annotating screenshots, Screenflow for screencasting, and YouTube). How do you use YouTube? How might […]

Am I ready for Facebook Live or for Creating a Free “go-@gohighbrow.com” Course?

 I’m moving in the direction of trying some Facebook live broadcasting. Time to review what we’ve learned about screen casting and discover how the process […]

Favorite Apps of My Student Research Assistants (Part 1)

Apps I use as a College Student – Lizzy Hoehnke Pinterest: Pros: Allows one to find new and creative recipes, crafts, fashion ideas, hair ideas, […]

Why Write?

At the beginning of the 2016-2017 academic year I indicated to my Chair, Dean, and Provost that I wanted to write a lot this year—especially with […]

Journaling as a Daily Writing Activity

While cleaning the office today I came across my journal notes from when I still was a graduate student at Ohio State.  I had just returned […]

Professor Hypocrite: Heal Thyself:)

Hhhh. There is some merit in the arguments made in that book I “read” on Blinkist. I think that I’d better view, review, read, and […]

Psychology 205 Resources: Quizlet, StarQuiz, Research Randomizer, and SPSS.

I have come to believe that a syllabus should be a dynamic learning tool. To that end on the first day of class I randomly […]

A Benevolent Curmudgeon Reflects Some More on LinkedIn: Revised and Revisited

  David (AKA The Benevolent Curmudgeon): In several prior posts about my experiences with LinkedIn, I have pondered and sought advice about how  I —with […]

The Zeigarnik Effect Revisited—and Preliminary Questions about Brain Fitness Training Programs

So much unfinished business. I see that I have 83 drafts of unfinished blog posts. Some of that writing looks like the ideas are still worth developing. […]

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