Monthly Archives: December 2012

TeachingTeacher 2012 in review

The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog. Here’s an excerpt: 600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 4,600 views in 2012. If every person who reached the … Continue reading

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“You hate it, but you love it!”

One of my all-time favourite fitness trainers is a guy named Tony Horton. Tony is the face of the P90X home fitness video series. In 12 weeks of grunting, groaning, swearing, sweating, and regimented eating, trainer Tony can help just … Continue reading

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I am an introvert

I am an introvert. There. I said it. It sounds like a confession—as if it’s a character flaw. It feels like one, even though I know it isn’t. I think that makes sense. I still remember a day decades ago … Continue reading

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One of my profs made the statement “Advertising is an art, not a science.” This really stood out to me and it reminded me of a documentary that a friend (and Netflix) recommended to me, Art…

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My teacher’s report card just came in

I should have asked them to give me a letter grade or a mark out of 100. I just finished tabulating first-year Advertising students’ evaluation of my Writing for Marketing (MCOM5) course—and the feedback is pretty decent. Next year, I’m … Continue reading

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