..Understanding terminology, and using it properly, is important. I used to tell my students to pay attention in English class, explaining to them that no matter how many letters are behind your name, ain’t nobody gonna take you seriously if you can’t talk no good American.
if they show those personal proclivities, the students will probably pick up on it. If a teacher doesn’t like chemistry, and if they show this preference when they teach it the students will learn not to like it.
if you do use your weapon, even in self-defense, you will be arrested. There is no “if” or “but”, whether or not your attacker survives or escapes.
My friends support me, and keep reassuring me that I’m a good person, but honestly, even they have to be wondering by now. I know I am. And while I’m going to own this, I also want to explain my side of the story
I did my best while I was teaching and now it is in somebody else’s hands. I just closed my school email for the very last time, and frankly, I won’t be returning to the classroom.
As I type this, I am sitting in my office, between an old Windows XP system to my right, and a Linux to the right, as I type on a Lenovo. Sure, go ahead and laugh, but the office desk I assembled myself yesterday (along with my bed frame), and the two ancient systems that I use for research I put together today, and they actually work.
A doctorate that is not a medical degree is different from being a “news” host on Fox because a non-medical degree is a legitimate doctoral degree.
Somebody must have said something to this particular student one day when, without my asking, she said that people ask her why she is studying nursing since she’ll never be able to get a job at her age
I’ll miss the students this year, as I have missed all of my students throughout my career. But I’m happy knowing they’re on to bigger and better things.
After her comment, she followed up, almost immediately, by saying that having had my course, I have her questioning everything