4H and Public Speaking

Imagine yourself standing in front of a room full of people.  You're supposed to give a presentation.  You have your notecards, and your PowerPoint, and a bottle of water just in case.  You've practiced what you're going to say in your head dozens of times.  You're prepared.  And yet, as you stand up there all …

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History: Best Learned in a Classroom?

If you've read my about page, you know that I'm currently majoring in Marketing and Spanish.  I didn't add my Spanish degree until second semester of sophomore year, though (before it had been a minor), so this year, I got stuck doing some required gen eds I normally would've taken as a freshman.  I had …

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Book Review: Teacher Misery by Jane Morris

  NetGalley Synopsis: Teacher Misery perfectly encapsulates the comical misery that has become the teaching profession. Morris’ strange, funny, and sometimes unbelievable teaching experiences are told through a collection of short stories, essays and artifacts including real emails from parents, students and administrators. From the parents who blame their son’s act of arson on the …

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