I apologize for the rough and rambly nature of this article - it's been a while since I've written anything, and I just wanted to capture the inspiration while it was there! I won't blame you for feeling afraid when the issue of suicide is raised. I won't blame you for feeling confused, for finding … Continue reading How (Not) To Talk About Suicide
Most university students are probably very familiar with the word theory. Doesn’t matter if you’re in sciences or arts, doesn’t matter if you’re in first year psychology or senior fourth year theoretical physics – much of the work of academics is developing theories in an attempt to explain something. Theory is also a word that … Continue reading Postmodern Career Theory: A Lifeline
You’ve just decided to take a break from those pesky readings for your class tomorrow morning. Being the internet-savvy, millennial generation, uber-connected student you are, you decide to log in to Facebook to see what your friends have been up to. And you see it, in all it’s unholiness: What Canadian City Are You Meant … Continue reading Are Facebook Quizzes Undermining Real Assessment Tools?