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Sunday, April 2, 2017

TIB #11

Same as always - post your eleventh TIB essay here before Tuesday's class, and be prepared to read it aloud.

Sunday, March 26, 2017

TIB #10

Same as always - post your tenth TIB essay here before Tuesday's class, and be prepared to read it aloud for our guests.

Sunday, March 19, 2017

TIB #9

Same as always - post your ninth TIB essay here before Tuesday's class, and be prepared to read it aloud. I hope you all had a restful spring break - only four more weeks left in the semester!

Class Notes 3/8

Here are notes from our last class at Wild Fig Bookstore, where Jim Ziliak spoke to us. As always, thank you to Marissa for typing them up for us.

Saturday, March 4, 2017

Questions/Comments for Jim Ziliak

In preparation for our class with Jim Ziliak at the Wild Fig Bookstore, please post here your paragraph-long responses to each of the two assigned articles by noon on Wednesday.

This I Believe #8

Same as always - post your eighth TIB essay here before Tuesday's class, and be prepared to read your essay aloud in class.

Sunday, February 26, 2017

This I Believe #7

Same as always - post your seventh essay here before class on Tuesday, and don't forget to bring a copy to class to read aloud.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Class notes 2/14 and 2/15

Here are the notes from our classes last week. (Apologies for posting them so late - your friendly blog manager can be a little scatter-brained :) ) As always, thank you to Marissa for typing these up for us.

Sunday, February 19, 2017

Questions/Comments for Wednesday's class

In preparation for our class on Wednesday, please post here your response to the assigned essay by noon.

This I Believe #6

Same as last week - please post your sixth TIB essay here before Tuesday's class. Don't forget to bring a printed copy to class and practice reading it aloud.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Questions/Comments for Tanya and Christian Torp

In preparation for our meeting with Tanya and Christian Torp, please post here your paragraph-long question or comment based on the 5 pieces assigned, which are posted below the cut.

This I Believe #5

Same as last week - please post your fifth TIB essay here before Tuesday's class. Don't forget to bring a printed copy to class and practice reading it aloud.

Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Class Notes 1/31/17

Here are the notes from last Tuesday's presentation on craftivism with Felice. Thank you to Marissa for providing them!

Saturday, February 4, 2017

Questions/Comments for Rich Schein

In preparation for our class with Rich Schein, please post here your paragraph-long question or comment based on the article assigned by noon on Wednesday, February 8.

This I Believe #4

Same as last week - please post your fourth TIB essay here before Tuesday's class. Don't forget to bring a printed copy to class and practice reading it aloud.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Class notes 1/11/17

Here are the class notes from our first Wednesday night class at the Wild Fig Bookstore. Thank you, Katie, for providing them! :)


Sunday, January 29, 2017

Responses to Craftivism & Developmental Assets

In preparation for our class with Felice Salmon, please post your paragraph-long questions or comments for each of the assigned readings here. Be sure to publish them before class on Tuesday.

This I Believe #3

Don't forget to post your third TIB essay here before Tuesday's class. Also, be sure to bring a printed copy to class and practice reading it aloud.

Sunday, January 22, 2017

This I Believe essay #2

Please post your essay here before class on Tuesday. Don't forget to bring a printed copy of your essay to class as well. Practice a bit so you are prepared to read it aloud.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Discussion question from reading for Wednesday

Post your paragraph-long questions by noon on Wednesday, January 18. Remember to include some context to connect your question directly to the reading: 

This I Believe essay #1

Please post your essay here before class on Tuesday. Please also remember to bring a printed copy of your essay to class and be prepared to read it aloud.