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Résumés: When to disclose (and when not)

— Jeanne M. Slattery A student recently turned in his résumé, which included his involvement in the ALLIES drag show. I struggled with how to respond, eventually encouraging him to consider whether and why he might want to include this … Continue reading

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Watch those faces

― Jeanne M. Slattery I keep coming back to thinking about what makes good teaching and learning. I recently saw Play-in-a-Day: six short plays that were written, rehearsed, and performed in less than 24 hours. This is the 13th year … Continue reading

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What Did You Learn?

—Jeanne M. Slattery Earlier this semester, my Senior Seminar students and I were reading about what they should be learning in college and considering how their educations matched these ideals. More recently, I asked them to consider what they have … Continue reading

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