RE 5040 Fall 2011
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crousejs
Reply to Rachel Hicks
Sun Sep 4, 2011 17:50
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I agree with your statement completely. I do believe that teaching and researching are seamlessly interwoven. I also agree with you that they are both meant to be engaging. As teachers, we need to provide those exciting and engaging opportunities for our students because if we do not, who else will? I have met and worked with several students and teachers that do not feel this way and donít care whether they bridge the past and present together. I think that this negative attitude could lead us on a very dangerous path and our students should be asking questions or asking why. How else are they to led and flourish in a 21st Century world?
-Jennifer Crouse

  • Teaching Vs. Researching - hicksrd1, Sat Sep 3 17:50
    In the story, Wilfrid seamlessly transitions from a researcher to a teacher. In the beginning of the story, Wilfrid is extremely curious. He wants to learn what a memory is, so he goes on a journey... more
    • Reply to Rachel Hicks - crousejs, Sun Sep 4 17:50
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RE 5040 Fall 2011