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Others (Red Dwyer comes to mind) make the determination that they’re going to make it and go after it with everything they’ve got. I admire these people greatly, but I also recognize that I would not work well doing what they do.” Writing with Both Sides of my Brain
The Fairy Blog Dust has reminded me that what I have to say is important, even if it is important to no one else beside me. It reminded me that writing here is an opportunity to hone writing skills that have long been dormant in my role as a suburban servant. It reminded me that perspective is everything and that the truth lies somewhere between the fantasy and fiction of the day and that fact is only subjective.
The dusting reminded me that writing is important.” Taking Candy from a Baby
“Class was GREAT. My 30 minute lesson turned into a 90 minute class discussion. It is a class on intercultural communication, and we have been talking about values, belief systems, perspective and identity…and the whole “mine” is an underlying foundation to all of that, which turns into ethnocentrism when put into a cultural belief system. The way your post was outlined we were able to talk about how “mine” develops and impacts relationships and then continued to develop the theme when it came to developing intercultural relationships. I knew it would be a good piece of reading to integrate into the class, but the students really bit into it and used it for GREAT discussion. So, thank you so much! Class was really fun and really effective. I think that it will be one of those days that really sticks out to people because everyone was so involved.
You’re the best! And now my students think so, too!” Taking Candy from a Baby
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