Live, Love, and Say it Well!

Updated: Feb 7

Author Sylvia Plath once said, "Let me live, love, and say it well in good sentences." This blog space is dedicated to writing - both doing it and teaching it. If you are wise, you will write your posts in a Word document before you submit them here. That will serve two purposes for you:

  • You won't lose your work if there is a glitch - and there are ALWAYS glitches!

  • You won't be scrambling to assemble your Learning Log at the end of the course because you will have everything in one place.

I look forward to this semester, and I'm excited to read your posts. Remember that your Learning Log will not be assessed until the end of the semester, so it's up to you to keep it up to date.


Happy writing!




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