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If You Can’t Write a Letter of Rec for Every Student, Change the Way You Teach via John Stewart (external)

 TLDR: Replace your course rubric with a letter of recommendation. It’s time that we take responsibility for knowing our students. If you can’t write a letter of recommendation for your best students, you should rethink your teaching. If we center the letter of recommendation at the core of our assessment strategy, we can create a […]

My Tables are Awesome via John Stewart (external)

This past spring, I was having a conversation with Mia Zamora, Alan Levine, and Keegan Long Wheeler about the NetNarr course. Alan was putting together a table for a website that looked really slick, and when I asked what tool he was using, he said Awesome Tables. Four months later, I’m obsessed. I am particularly susceptible to […]