Earlier this week, David Buck asked an important question about SLOs on Twitter: I retweeted this question and responded with some thoughts of my own (see below). Here, I want to use my initial response as a jumping off point for more thoughts on SLOs. As I said in my initial thread, thinking about SLOsContinue reading “SLOs…Who are They For?”
Every now and then, the confluence of events happening in my life seem to be working very hard to tell me I’m missing something. On Friday, I finished re-reading the chapter/articles for my graduate Theories of Criminal Behavior class for Monday, which will cover critical theories such as peacemaking, restorative justice, and abolition. Coming upContinue reading “Ungrading and Anti-Carcerality?”
(An early post for the week as I have some things to say. I will return to the regular schedule next Sunday.) Tuesday night was going so well. I don’t know many other Asians in academia. I really only know a handful directly in my field. Asians and Asian Americans are growing within criminology/criminal justice,Continue reading “Solidarity and Sadness”
March 11, 2020 is a day many of us remember well. For me, it was about a week after our last in-person department meeting. At that meeting, there were already concerns about Coronavirus appearing on campus and how we should respond in terms of cleaning and what not. A lot changed in that week. ThroughoutContinue reading “A Year of Pandemic Pedagogy”
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