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On teaching

Teaching has nothing to do with me. It is about the student. My job is to remove obstacles. Some students do not encounter obstacles. If they do – if they get stuck- only then do I step in. At the moment I step in, the student must be unable to move forward. Most often their […]

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The trade-off

A quiet morning at the house. A small storm over Storm (the name of the mountain) across the valley. Cats munching breakfast, tea cooling. The wind blows in small, spring, storm gusts. I ponder, again, the trade-off. The trade-off of not having a college administrator’s life and instead having the life of an adjunct who […]

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An unconditional acceptance of life

This time of year my mind turns, intensely, to my students. They are on my mind the entire semester. However, at this time their fruition is immense. Though they do not necessarily feel it – it is very powerful to witness.  These are the moments that make every minute of teaching the greatest joy. Some […]

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