Find my final reflection here. **The link works for me (because I am logged in an my computer), but let me know if it does not work.
Author Archives: smurphy41
Que Knight Rider theme song. I was introduced to Knight Rider when blasting 80’s/90’s songs with my parents and aunt and uncle on one of our driving adventures when I was in high school. I have yet to actually watch the TV series, but the theme song catches my ear every time…and do I even
Last semester in Teaching Multicultural Literature I was exposed to Cuban literature by reading Nancy Alonso’s Disconnect/Desencuentro. This series of short stories (written in Spanish and English) was published by Cubanabooks which was founded by CSU Chico professor Sara Cooper. The collection of stories from the book and from Sara Cooper herself (who worked closely
Since the beginning of the semester I have been really working through making connections between the classes’ focus on elementary education and my personal focus on secondary education. There are many correlations and connections between the foci—several of which are obvious, and others which are difficult to fully synthesis and work with. I have an
I have been thinking about how I wanted to approach this blog all week. How did the Miller text resonate with me? How am I going to synthesize what I read in the Miller book with my own experience and everything else I am learning in my classes? How am I going to use this
No lentil or peas or seeds with beans. No red or blue or yellow is seen. No bones remain from eaten flesh. Can you guess which one is left?
I am definitely a reader, but I not, by any means, a story-teller. I do not have a “once upon a time” (because that “time” would be in the not-so-distant-past of 1993) or a “far away land” (because Quincy is only a mere hour and a half away—though there are some magical landscapes along the