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Michael’s EdCafe Presentation Reflection

May 29, 2013 by


I very much enjoyed our week of EdCafe presentations.  As a more informal form of the final product of a project, it taught me a lot about myself as a presenter.  I learned that many skills have been developed through school around the more formal types of presentations and speeches.  The more informal bit was […]

What America Stands For

October 4, 2012 by


This year in USHRS, we started off the school year with a long-term project on contemporary American identity. The project focuses on three main questions about what it means to be an American, what characteristics Americans have and how they were developed, and how historical events shape our identity. Obviously there may not be one exact right […]