My students have finished their podcasts. They are a mixed bag. There are some obvious technical problems. But overall, I think they are a great reflection of the thoughts and personalities of my students. I think at least one group will continue to… more »
I hate for Swick to not get her bible reading done, and since she's not coming to Sunday school, and no one's up for a discussion of the Lectionary here, I'm putting up this link.
Here's Kairos Comotion Lectionary Dialogue, where you'll find, and ca… more »
I recently put up some new picks on flicr. If you can't see the pics of my kids, let me know and I'll put on as a family or friend. (Only difference is you must be famliy to see my speedo pics.) If you can't see the pics at all, let me know and I'll t… more »
Wow, still not in the habit yet. Missed last week entirely. (Thanks for all the emails calling this to my attention.) I think next week I'll just link to a site that actually has discussions of the lectionary. But one last time: Proper 24. more »
Inspired by Kyle, here's the list of the ALA's most frequently challenged books of 1990-2000. I like Kyle's idea of putting read books in italics and recommened books in bold. So I did that too.
1. Scary Stories (Series) by Alvin Schwartz… more »
I posted to YouTube the one class skit that got recorded in my Applied Communication class.
My plan is to have the kids do one of these each quarter. Most of them turned out pretty good. I'm sure they'll get better as the year goes on. more »
Here's a wiki experient I'm sharing with my students. I don't know how long it will last, as freshmen (boys) seem to have a tendency to fall back to name calling pretty quickly. Fortunately you can't punch someone through the internet yet. Anyway, if… more »
I know that tomorrow's Sunday, but I'm trying to get in the habit of doing this. Here's the passages for this week. We're doing the alternative passages (Isaiah and Psalm 80).
I put together a liturgy from different parts of the world (below) to c… more »