#edu407 Daily Writing Prompt Two:
Writers every where carry a mouth, nose, eyes, ears, tongue, and hand in their toolkits. Draw on sensory writing in our next writing challenge.
Return to a memory, or a previous post, and write with your senses. Show us what you heard, felt, touched, tasted, smelled. Bring us with you, deep inside the writing.
Give us a few more details than a sentence (teachers fault, when you provide no expectations or models it is the logical decision for students to pick path of least resistance)
“there are always four choices to every decision: the wise choice, the foolish choice, the safe choice and the choice that someone else makes for you.”
― Alicia Gaspar De Alba,
Anyone else in #HigherEd feel like your work choices are constant decision about what part of your job you won't do well so you can ensure you get other parts of your job done at all? Has the workload always been this grueling or labor practices shifting?
Haven't even finished my @wordpress migration and already thinking maybe @grabaperch way to go (to be fair I have always weighed this decision). Has webmention support, and I am building out how I'd want my site look on @glitch https://
#lra18 @vconnecting here is workflow>Journal website releases a call>write a draft include link to call>reviewers score piece, make decision> send feedback to the author from their website or review site>final draft published on researchers website and journal article