Monthly Archives: November 2016

SEEK THANKFULNESS.

Ever at a Loss for Giving Feedback on Substandard Work? Seek Thankfulness. Have you ever had a submission that you just didn’t know what to do with it? I mean, you want to give effective feedback, you want to be point out what was good, needed addressing, etc., but the student so missed the point […]

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Totidem Verbis – In These Words, Thankful!

How wonderful and how timely in the busyness of our lives that we have set aside a time for thanksgiving. Close to the top of my list of those for whom I am thankful are you, our adjunct faculty. Thank you for your investment in the lives of our students. Thank you for your commitment […]

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Q&A with Reid Thomas

What do you do here at OKWU? Mainly I teach online in the Adult and Graduate Studies program as well as in the CROSS Training program, but I also mentor new online instructors and write curriculum. What do you like most about teaching at OKWU? Being able to help students think deeply as Christians about […]

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In Defense of Cupcakes

It’s a little ironic to see former Flower Children being among the chief critics of the current Cupcake generation. I really can’t remember when I had long hair.  In fact, I barely remember when I had hair, but I do remember when I knew everything. I’m not young enough now to know everything.  There was […]

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