TIPS FOR BETTER ONLINE TEACHING
As I write this, colleges in Taiwan are switching to online learning for the first time since the pandemic started. This is because, for most of the past year, Taiwan was able to contain the pandemic at the border. This past week, however, marks the first time ever that there has been sustained . . .
SKIN, BONES, AND RED MASKS
Photo credit: Lehi Sanchez (APTNNEWS.CA) Today, May 5, 2021, people across the United States will wear red in recognition of missing and/or murdered American Indian (Indigenous) women. They will type #MMIW, #MMIWG or something similar in their social media feeds.
CLIMATE CHANGE AND COVID-19: ONLINE LEARNING AND EXPERIMENTS IN SEEING THE WORLD ANEW
By Adam Fleischmann The site is easy to access. Just a short walk and I'm there, immediately confronted with two large rectangular windows. The large window up high and on the right is mostly opaque, save one dominating feature: a single, dark line scorches across its surface like a comet's tail . . .