Wordsmiths, writers, poets . . . or, teacher education students who have a lot to say! . . . this post is for you.
curryed away is looking for 2 current teacher education students to be guest bloggers for Fall 2012. We are seeking 1 student in the midst of the pedagogy coursework (1st year PG/MT or rising 4th year BA/MT) and 1 student preparing to begin the teaching associateship experience. Because curryed away is a blog co-operative, each student would add a blog post only twice a month.
If this mini-limelight and story-sharing sounds interesting to you, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following:
- Your name
- Your expected graduation year and Curry program
- fifty words or less on why you’d like to be a guest blogger for curryed away
- three proposed imaginary blog titles (for example: “Earthquakes and General Shakiness: my first day of student teaching”; “Why Recess is N(r)eccessary”; “On Paulo Freire and Pedagogy of the Oppressed“)
Applicants should send emails by Monday, May 14th. We look forward to hearing from you!
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What’s in a name? Quite a lot, actually. We’ve recently discovered that Currypedia is indeed searchable on Google. And while this discovery didn’t bother us so much, we were a little less than thrilled to see that the top hit is another Currypedia, which is, in fact, an encyclopedia on curry! And while we love a good curry dish as much as the next person, we don’t exactly want our beloved Curry community associated with popular Indian dish.
And so our challenge to you is to help us come up with a new name. Read More
Currypedia is excited to announce the addition of Jonathan Chang as the new Currypedia Co-Director! Jonathan will be our Manager of IT Operations.
So I bet you’re wondering what this post is doing here. You might be looking at it because you’ve gone to the Currypedia home page to look for a lesson to teach
tomorrow next week. Or maybe it popped up in your RSS feed. Or perhaps you just stumbled across the post because you have Currypedia bookmarked and you wanted to see what’s new. Sadly, I doubt any of these situations are the case. In fact, you probably forgot about Currypedia after we or your professor mentioned it in class ages ago.
But all that’s about to change… Read More