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NCTE Beliefs on the Teaching of Writing and My Personal Experience

This reflection discusses how my personal experience of learning grammar connects to the beliefs of the National Council of Teachers of English.

NCTE Reflection

Applied Grammar

Time Management (?)

I have never been good in managing my time. Since time immemorial, I’ve always felt that I don’t have enough time to accomplish everything that needs to be done. 299 more words

Time Management

The Myth of Perfection

Throughout my day I’m constantly thinking about the things I’ve done and said, to evaluate what could have been done differently, better.  Sometimes this process works to my benefit, and other times not so much.   383 more words


Grammar Philosophy

Because I’m not planning to be a teacher, I changed this prompt a little. What I have posted here is a recount of what I grew up learning when it came to grammar, and what I have learned this semester. 29 more words

Applied Grammar

There’s a certain level of patience one needs to be able navigate a public transportation system you didn’t even know existed 2 days ago- on the spot and in 95 degree weather, carrying 30 pounds on your back.


Survivors' perspective on ICTR and memorialisation efforts

Mrs. Samantha Lakin, a Phd candidate at The Strassler Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies, and I  have last month authored a short paper on justice and memorialisation in post-genocide Rwanda. 70 more words