In the last 7 or so weeks as a SIF, I have learned more than I ever imagined I would.
A few weeks ago, I decided to write an article featuring the SIF program. In a stroke of benevolence, Brennan gave me permission to spend some of my hours developing the article. So I set to work – basing the article on a footnote I harvested from Emile Durkheim’s sociologically ground breaking book The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life written in 1912:
“A tool is material accumulated capital.”
When I read that note, I knew I was going to use it for something – but I wasn’t sure what – until I began to read Writing Teachers Writing Software by rhetoric and composition scholar Paul LeBlanc.
The article I wrote went live this morning at 3am on Hybrid Pedagogy. Here is the link: