When I was a young student, there were few things I loved more than packets. Using worksheets and handouts always offered a sense of fulfillment, and when the teacher handed them back, I then had a handy reference tool I could use in the future. I know that packets can be problematic, pedagogically speaking, but … Continue reading Academic Writing Help in Handout Form
I mentioned in my last post how much I appreciated some of the scarier parts of learning to fly, especially that a student pilot has to make mistakes in order to learn from them. Since then, I've been considering other ways in which student pilot pedagogy might be analagous with other modes of teaching, particularly … Continue reading Airplane Pedagogy
I've started studying for the written examination to become a light sport aircraft pilot. It's not something I've always dreamed of doing, like most potential pilots, but my interest has been piqued after going up a few times in small planes (neither of which were light sport, but still - LSA seems more feasible to … Continue reading Taking Flight
I try to collect work by people I know because I like these people and I like their work. Here's a small list of what I've gathered so far that should be free for all readers to enjoy. Check this post for periodic updates. Christopher R. Alonso - "The Shallows" (fiction) Abi Bechtel - "Her Face" (nonfiction) … Continue reading People who write good and do other stuff good, too
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