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Taking “integrated lecture-lab” online
Anne Egger
A blog post about transforming one thing into another.

Some things stay the same
Anne Egger
A blog post about a concept that students struggle with, regardless of whether the course is online or in-person.

Goodbye beloved, bad pedagogy
Anne Egger
A blog post in which the author gives up something she loves in teaching.

Disrupted rituals
Anne Egger
A blog post about rituals in education, and in the geology major in particular.

Anne Egger
Right now, my most common underlying thought is, "OK. Deep breath. Keep going. We will figure everything out." My totally unscientific survey of my friends and colleagues suggests that I'm not the ...