Sunday, March 31, 2013

Thoreau Notes the Two Great Faults College Lecturers Can Committ

Here: "More significantly, I appreciated the person on page 147 who complained that the lectures were basically the same as what was in the textbook.  The only complaint more common than that, in my experience, is 'The lectures are different from the textbook.'"

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