I’m back! A little early for reasons explained in the podcast. This week I answer a question about the top thing I did that has helped me keep my weight off over the long term. My response is a ramble for sure! Click here for the podcast version or here for the youtube version. One … Read More »
It’s episode 2 time! Episode 2 is full of life updates, thoughts on “thought worms,” dinner party menus, and a fun movie I watched that no one else will probably like. Click here for the podcast version or here for the youtube version. Links to everything I mentioned (I think)… Nike+ run app I use … Read More »
Today I said, “screw it!” and launched a new podcast called Roni Noone Rambles. It’s still getting populated in iTunes and Spotify but in the meantime, you can access it here or listen on YouTube here. The first episode is just the “what and why.” I will post here when I publish a new episode … Read More »
The word of the week is: Borborygmus As in Don’t come to class hungry. Your borborygmus may be distracting to you and others!
A Giant Post-It Note Classroom Activity idea and experience from a community college professor in a 100-level gen-ed course no one wants to take. Engaging students in a 100-level, gen-ed college course is not the easiest of tasks. If you ask students why they are in your class, you’ll get every answer from “My parents … Read More »
The word of the week is: Spondulicks As in Don’t waste your spondulicks! Do your best this semester to earn your credits so you can graduate on time.
The word of the week is: Snark As in: The instructor is trying very hard not to respond with snark, but its week four, and students are still emailing with no subject, class, or section information.
The word of the week is: Widdershins As in: There is something strange about students who wander through their classes widdershins, continue moving forward and keep up with your work. You got this!
I need outlets. Anyone who knows me knows I will talk your ear off about everything and anything I’m interested in or currently preoccupied with. Sharing is my nature. I am energized and motivated by it. Since returning to the classroom last fall, I’ve been neck-deep in teaching strategies and lesson plan ideas. I’m always … Read More »
The word of the week is: Collywobbles As in: Students should be over their collywobbles and realize it’s not that bad now that we are into week two of classes.