Monthly Archives: January 2017

My Heart Aches

Yesterday I made my heart ache. I took a small action – made a small gesture at least in this day and age.  I can’t talk about it.  My students have an absolute right to privacy. I could have cried. … Continue reading

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Rubrics as Data – Part II

I am continuing to study, “What happens when we amalgamate rubric data?”  Part I is here.  This part will consider how to treat rubric data as a sample from a larger population. The same assumptions as in Part I apply: “Questions … Continue reading

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A Thought on Living Forever

This came to me as I was reading a profile of Derek Parfit, recently deceased, in the New Yorker, specifically this quote. My death will break the more direct relations between my present experiences and future experiences, but it will not break … Continue reading

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