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- "Electronics, Emerging Adulthood, and the Environment" Summer Research
- American Studies 100
- Campus Ecology Journals
- Child Rearing Across Cultures
- Education in the U.S.
- Leaders for Social Change Summer 2012
- Media Studies 260
- SFER Senior Project
- Sociology SP635 at NUI Galway: The Abnormal.
- Sustainability Culture Fall 2012
- Tutoring at Scoil Bhride
Category Archives: Education in the U.S.
We pull off of a rural gravel road into the parking lot of Prairie Creek Community School, sensing the joy as soon as we open our car doors and swing our sandaled feet into the dust. Beneath suspended solar panels, … Continue reading
shawn_achor_the_happy_secret_to_better_work.html My Mom sent me this video yesterday. Full of quick witted jokes and profound musings about the question of the “average,” Shawn Achor’s TED talk tells us that we can change our formula for happiness and success–taking control of … Continue reading
This video is one I find my mind constantly wandering back to. Its content makes connections that cross disciplines and curiosities and conversation. It calls for a systems-thinking sort of change. For me, it’s a summary of the way I’ve … Continue reading
I can still remember the taste of chocolate on my tongue as I fought back the tears brought on by trigonometric functions and page after page of scratched out formulas on yellow sheets of paper ripped from the pad. Joel … Continue reading
Remembering a poignant conversation with his son during a backpacking trip in Indiana, author of the eloquent book Hunting for Hope and passionate environmentalist Scott Russell Sanders recounted: “[He said] he’d lost his way in high school… lost any clear sense … Continue reading
On this Tuesday morning, 21 members of the second grade class at Greenvale Park Elementary sat with straight backs and quivering fingers behind rows of computer screens. For one full hour, they filled in bubbles as they scoured paragraphs and … Continue reading