An archived stack of papers: 'review'

2007 In Review

In a stack of papers called Personal.

  • Jan
  • 12
  • 2008

I spend a lot of time on teaching. From grading papers to puzzling out tomorrow’s lesson to just being at work, there’s not a lot of free time in my day. But there is some. How do I spend that time? And what do I have to show for 2007? When not standing in front of a group of students, I’m reading, writing, running, or watching.

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Half Nelson And Planning

In a stack of papers called Personal.

  • Aug
  • 18
  • 2007

I finally watched Half Nelson the other day. 2 stars out of 5. The script needs some serious revision to be worth any kind of emotional investment or to live up to the Academy-Award-nomination hype.

As hard as they both tried, even ... read more

A Review: CSU Online Writing Tool

In a stack of papers called Technology.

  • Jan
  • 29
  • 2007

I tried out CSU English Success’s Calibrated Peer Review (CPR) a bit. The report isn’t positive, but I hope the system will eventually improve. For now, pen and paper are better than using computers here.

The amount of time it would take to explain the CPR system to the... read more

A Review:

In a stack of papers called Reform.

  • Apr
  • 14
  • 2005

Paul Robichaux is a parent in the Evergreen community who wants Silver Creek High School so break away from East Side Union High School District in order to become part of a new, unified school district. His Web site,, is his stage online to get his message across to... read more