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Real, heartfelt stories about learning would inspire prospective students far more than another glossy brochure.
- Why They Don't Apply What They Learn, Part 3
- Why They Don't Apply What They've Learned, Part 2
- Why Don't They Apply What They've Learned, Part I
- A Campus Christmas Carol
- Inspiration From 'The Teaching Professor'
- Teaching What You Don't Know
- Helping Students to Tell Their Stories
- The Grounded Curriculum, Part 2
The place where a writer's personality is revealed clearly, if unintentionally, is in the acknowledgments.
- Learning Not to Give Too Much Advice
- The Reality of Writing a Good Book Proposal
- Are You My Mentor?
- Affairs of Heart and Mind
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- The Genre of Self-Evaluation
- What Do You Wish You Had Written?
- De Gustibus
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