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In this episode I explore the pros and cons of the use of standardized tests, and featuring the opinions of actual students.
In this episode Naeem joins me to discuss his reactions to Stephen King’s the Gunslinger. We talk about the plot, the strengths of the writing, and how our reactions to
Finlos Loves is a show about relationships and how they work, or don’t work. We offer our honest stories with guidance from professional and personal experience as therapist, teacher, and
Highlights from the week of teaching — this episode focuses on the short story Everything That Rises Must Converge by Flannery O’Connor and the interactions I had with students as
In this episode I give an overview of Stephen King’s approach to writing this novel, some of his sources of inspirations, and why it is a worthy read even if
A discussion about the cultural and technological context around the release of the Matrix (1999).
This episode wraps up the conversation about Dune with considerations of criticisms and limitations of the work, as well as my final thoughts for what the book has to offer.
This is the second episode of my Dune series and focuses on Paul Atreides and the development of his character.
In this episode I discuss worldbuilding elements in Frank Herbert’s Dune. These are details that are often omitted from film adaptations, and only obscurely referenced in the original novels.