Much like many of you here, I am a life-long devotee of popular culture. I have nightmares about my iPod dying, I can relate nearly any mundane occurrence in life to a Simpsons
episode and I restlessly await the next opportunity to be completely baffled by a new David Lynch film. Unsurprisingly, when I decided to become a teacher, I envisioned a classroom that embraced popular culture as a means of facilitating critical thought. I wanted to create a learning environment that engaged… Continue
Posted on June 2, 2009 at 12:00am — 2 Comments
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Hey, listen if you get a chance you should really consider joining some of the special interest groups as a lot of the resource action of late has been in the group discussion areas.
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Anyway, hope you're groovy and CO is sunny.