I am a professor at Arizona State University’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. From July 2014 through December 2020, I was the director of the Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation. Before ASU, I was a professor of education at the University of South Florida, where I landed as an assistant professor in 1996. You can see my official profile here.
During 2021, I am on sabbatical/research leave, focusing on the post-WW2 history of educational broadcasting.
3 responses to “Professional stuff”
I have been looking for a paraphrasing tool that I have used in the past to help my students learn to paraphrase correctly. I believe you were responsible for the tool and I’m hoping you can tell me where I can find it. Thank you for any help you can give me.
Yes, I modified some open-source script for a paraphrasing tool. As I said, I will do my best to reconstruct important pages here. I just don’t have time during the semester. Below is the bottom of the original page, with the relevant credits and key information on sourcing:
I ran across your name in the course of following the blog of an old colleague of mine, Matthew Reed aka Dean Dad.
I went to grade school with your brother Ron, and after doing English studies at Amherst and Rutgers, found an interesting career path at two of the largest for-profit higher ed systems, first in New Jersey and for the last six years in Arizona. I have yet to get together with Ron in Tempe, but perhaps my sighting of you is a good omen.
I look forward to familiarizing myself with your work.
Best to all the Dorns from the Hinrichs’!
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The Art Institute of Tucson