Commenting Enabled

This is apparently significant enough that I feel the need to post about it. I’ve turned on commenting for pretty much everything, as well as the Akismet plugin for spam filtering. We’ll see how well this works (and whether it’s actually worthwhile to remove the requirement that people register before commenting).

Fire away!

  • Steve Ellis

    I will hereby comment as “father.”

    I hope your reflections take into account as well who you are as a person, from the standpoint of where you were when you started at Evergreen and what you have become as a person on the way to becoming a graduate. You have grown significantly in school, both in experience, education and as a human being. I don’t know whether the school wants you to spend time reflecting on that last part, but there is where I have seen truly impressive growth. I could tell you what I think you have accomplished in this area, but that would be cheating. You have much to be proud of, and I hope you think about what those things are and take time to add your personal growth attributes to your summative evaluation – even if it is only in a private section for your own use if the school would not condone that. However, undergraduate school is all about personal growth, so i would hope it is acceptable to include such an analysis.

    I am very proud of you, not because you are my son (well, ok, a little) but more because you have learned and grown in all aspects of your life and taken everything life has handed you in stride.

    Dad

  • Steve Ellis

    I will hereby comment as “father.”

    I hope your reflections take into account as well who you are as a person, from the standpoint of where you were when you started at Evergreen and what you have become as a person on the way to becoming a graduate. You have grown significantly in school, both in experience, education and as a human being. I don’t know whether the school wants you to spend time reflecting on that last part, but there is where I have seen truly impressive growth. I could tell you what I think you have accomplished in this area, but that would be cheating. You have much to be proud of, and I hope you think about what those things are and take time to add your personal growth attributes to your summative evaluation – even if it is only in a private section for your own use if the school would not condone that. However, undergraduate school is all about personal growth, so i would hope it is acceptable to include such an analysis.

    I am very proud of you, not because you are my son (well, ok, a little) but more because you have learned and grown in all aspects of your life and taken everything life has handed you in stride.

    Dad