Archive for February, 2014

In the “black box” of your mind, you think…  therefore you are.  Your individual mind is the matrix of all thought, and you can produce great ideas all by yourself.  For you, knowledge has a universal foundation upon what you know is built, and by which your own knowledge is assured of its certainty or […]

Scholarly research—theory—is the backbone of academia.   Whether they be philosophers or scientists, all scholars answer their questions with research. They publish their findings to build the theory of their field. Theorists communicate with each other through these published findings, with each bit of research budding a speech bubble in the dialogue of academia. Theory is […]

The direction this blog will take for the next several months is a discussion of topics including tutoring strategies, the writing process, writing across the curriculum, and grammar as a rhetorical issue.