Behavior modification

I'm actually kind of shocked that no one mentioned that the same lessons I want to teach my daughter, noted last week in my post Best behavior, would be just as valuable to┬ámy son. In fact, I was kicking myself for not acknowledging this in my post, because it's 100% true. In any case, something... Continue Reading →

Great teachers

At the end of every course in graduate school, my classmates and I were handed a course evaluation. Mostly it had to do with the professor, and the results were particularly important to the untenured. Good evals helped them along; bad evals put their positions at risk. While filling out one of these forms for... Continue Reading →

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