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So I had this great plan, because I had asked the woman who hired me to adjunct to come visit my class. And then she brought a visitor. And I started making this movie in class… And my students were silent. I felt again that I was overwhelming them and not getting them excited about what I was jazzed about. But I am seeing some excellent work coming out of this. It makes me happy.

There are just so many things that I want to do and don’t have time for. Teaching this class as an intensive has so many disadvantages in that people don’t have an abundance of time to play with the tech. I’m certainly happy I won’t be teaching all summer, but I’m wondering if this is best for students…


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