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August 26, 2010

Submitted by alycia on Fri, 08/27/2010 - 07:38
  • First day of "Save the World on Your Own Time: The Rhetorics of Advocacy." We read through a few definitions of rhetoric, and a few examples of advocacy (from 8.5x15 photocopy mash-ups), and then I read "The Cooling Out Function in Higher Education" by Burton R. Clark on the way home--because Ira Shor prints out the readings for us each week.

    I think that was the fastest ever homework turnover time, and it felt intensely productive to get started, and during a commute. I'm also really pleased since we'll be reading Pedagogy of the Oppressed!

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