Category Archives: teaching

Inspiration from my Scholar OLLI students

For the last couple of years, I’ve had the privilege of leading a class called “Writing in All Forms” for Scholar OLLI on the Concord Campus of California State University, East Bay.  For those who don’t know, OLLI stands for … Continue reading

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Right/Wrong Way to Read a Book

From the New York Times, Sept. 27, 2016–an interesting perspective on reading.  Potentially useful for classes on information literacy or reading comprehension.

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Scholar OLLI

This fall, I’ve been given the opportunity to teach a five-week class on Creative Writing in All Forms for the Osher Lifelong Institute at Cal State East Bay.  As of today, I have thirteen students and they’re amazing.  They have … Continue reading

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