The sun is out and the crowds are growing. The 2013 St Joseph's Rugby Festival is in full swing I. The second day. Some big performances have been posted by the likes of RGS High Wycombe, beating Millfield by 8 points to 6 and host St Joseph's turning over John Fisher by 11 points to 6. Those results could well change the outcome of the festival, but there is still a long way to go before the silverware is awarded! Any questions, drop me a text on 07976692880.
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Tags: Week #6, Writing Center, paper scores
Hello Everyone! Thank you for a great discussion during Week #6. I'm sorry I didn't post an audio message last week, but my ipadio account wasn't working. I will try to post an audio message every week from here on. I also created a video folder in our Blackboard site. I'm going to post video content each week to support what we are reading and discussing in class. There are several videos in the folder already, including the one we watched for our follow-up discussion this week. Thank you for turning in your papers a week and a half ago. Normally, I have all papers scored within a week, but this first assignment takes a bit longer as the Writing Tutor scores the paper first. If you were not referred to the Writing Center but you would like additional help with your writing, please send me an e-mail. The Writing Center is a free service offered to all Adult Education students. You can work on your writing at your own pace with the Writing Tutor. All of the papers will be turned back this week. I score the papers "first in, first out" so that the first paper submitted is the first paper graded. All of the papers will be returned by Sunday, and I promise future assignments will be scored within one week. Thank you, again, for your patience! You do have another large assignment coming up. You have a site visit report due on October 19. Those guidelines are posted in the Assignment Guidelines folder. As always, please feel free to post any questions about the assignment on the "Ask the Instructor" discussion board. I hope you all have a great experience visiting an adult education setting. We've been doing a really wonderful job on the discussion board talking about some of the most important issues in adult education, such as access issues, diversity issues, and foundational concepts, such as andragogy, self-directive learning and transformative learning. Also, I am really enjoying your personal journal entries. I am humbled that you are willing to share so much with me. Of course, I keep these journal entries confidential. We will continue with our educational autobiography work for the next two weeks. I hope you are finding it to be a useful activity. I have office hours at the usual days/times for the next several weeks. Please feel free to e-mail, call or stop in for a visit. Thanks again for all of your hard work. I hope you have a great week and weekend!