An Idea for Aggregation of Student Online Artifacts Using Visual Rendering and Metadata Collection

This afternoon, I participated in an online reunion with my colleagues at Georgia Tech–Nirmal Trivedi, Pete Rorabaugh, Andy Frazee, and Clay Fenlason–about the first-year reading program, Project One. During the conversation, I thought of this idea for aggregating student online work in a database and presenting student work through a website. This builds on Pete’sContinue reading “An Idea for Aggregation of Student Online Artifacts Using Visual Rendering and Metadata Collection”

1000th Blog Post, or Randomly Meeting a Student Bound for the Stars

Besides being preoccupied by a few publishing projects and the upcoming Science Fiction Research Association conference in Poland, I have been wondering what I should write about for my 1000th blog post on dynamicsubspace.net. Luckily, the topic presented itself earlier this evening when Y and I were at the local mall. After dinner, Y askedContinue reading “1000th Blog Post, or Randomly Meeting a Student Bound for the Stars”

Writing Delayed, Reflection on High School Psychology

Today in our last class of Teaching College Writing, Brian held a workshop on teacher evaluation and responses to student writing.  While I was talking with Dave and Dale about our first round of exercises, I remembered how a poor evaluation of my own work in psychology during my senior year of high school. InContinue reading “Writing Delayed, Reflection on High School Psychology”