This episode explores explores the ethics of direct action as a way to make sense of climate change.
Episode 1: The Meaning of Climate (Part 1)
The story of the kiwi fruit brings up some important questions about where we get our historical information.
Attention all fathers: district and personal test scores can be powerful tools for your child.
You might even suck if your students are already 95% educated on DAY ONE.
Ever since the invention of the printed word, academics have been arguing about the proper place of technology in teaching.
Athletics don’t last forever; however, the mind is the greatest muscle we can work and make strong for a lifetime.
Kip Robisch takes a philosophical look at what it takes to be a good man these days.
“When internationally acclaimed artists can’t teach because they don’t have an MFA, what does that say about the state of education?”
This is a comment by Cameron Conaway on the post “The Wayward Crutch of Higher Education”.
The John D. and Catherin T. MacArthur Foundation is funding a new Center for the Study and Men and Masculinities to be led by Michael Kimmel, PhD.
Minnesota requires a registration fee, even when courses are offered for free, online. Is this justifiable? Can it be enforced?
“‘You’re gonna make our kitten radioactive,’ I said. She didn’t look at me. We called our baby a kitten because Cate said when the baby kicked it felt like a kitten kneading its claws on Cate’s insides.” By Cote Smith
This week, Dear John addresses surprise implants, nanny crushes, and collegiate cheating.
This is a comment by Mike L on the post “Dear Men and Women, I Won’t Apologize to You”.