Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Teacher’s Family Christmas Letter, by Jeff Goldthorpe

Another family Christmas letter, supposed to show you, show me really, I do have it all But it’s January 5, 2012, and I can’t finish grading those compositions— Fell behind my usual end of semester’s behindness, Caught a cold day … Continue reading

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Writing Online: Digital Natives or Creatures of Habit?

I have been teaching a “hybrid” online/ face to face class for a couple of years, for a basic writing class (below college level), where I have used the Moodle page (closed web site for class) as a place for … Continue reading

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My Purpose

My name is Jeff Goldthorpe. This blog will consist of reflective writing about teaching, mostly about media literacy teaching, and is aimed at peers who are doing similar teaching and reflection.  For the moment, I will post on a monthly … Continue reading

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