Random Thoughts

Last night I was up until 1 am putting the finishing touches on my Case Study about WID at LaGuardia.  You should really check it out.  Well, when I finally got into bed, I could not stop thinking about my post and all the things I had learned in doing it.  My mind was bombarded with ideas for my final project a WAC/WID course.  Unfortunately, I was very tired and did not want to be bothered with all of that stuff then.  Funny how my genius only comes to me in the middle of the night when I am dog tired and need sleep more than anything else.  I try to make a conscious effort to remember all those ideas when I wake up, but I never do.  Sometimes I even get up and jot down some if these brilliant ideas but often times sleep wins.

Needless to say, sleep won last night.  But when I awoke, I had the urge to begin working on my WAC course.  I have a stack of NCTE journals beside my bed.  In looking at the outside of the journals I noticed something that I hadn’t noticed before.  Many if not all of these journals contain something about WAC.  It like I see WAC everywhere and I kind of like it.  I am making connections and weaving together everything that I have learned in this class.  In the beginning I was overwhelmed with all the reading and writing assignments for this class but now I see that all of those assignments were necessary in providing me with the tools I needed to understand WAC/WID and its benefits to faculty and students. 

I have WAC on the brain and I don’t think I will be able to stop thinking WACY thoughts, and ya know what . . . . . . I kinda like my brain on WAC 🙂

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