The Summa, as you know, is a commentary type of blog. Mostly the posts are editorials where I take a position on a current professional accounting or auditing issue, and argue for my position. Although I occasionally lapse into lifestyle/humor or news, mostly I am providing commentary in which I fit a current event into my worldview.
Pondering the Classroom is what is called a lifestyle blog–about higher education. Lifestyle posts revolve around reflection and the point I have to make. It is not about what I ate for breakfast (blueberry waffles), nor it is about why I ate what I ate for breakfast (it was there). No, it is about issues that come up in my classes and what I think about them.
I have written a few posts that you might find enjoyable. Click on the links below and check them out.
- When They Bring Laptops to Class
- Prof Gone Wild on Fall Break
- Social Networking
- The Allure of Social Media in Academia
- Youtube Commentary on Social Media
- Thoughts About Writing an Introduction on a Dark and Stormy Night
- To Ripple or Not to Ripple
As you can plainly see, there is no overlap in subject or style. That’s why there are two different blogs. I’m hoping you will become regular readers of both.
Debit and credit – – David Albrecht