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Reflections of the SPASH Community

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Reflections of the SPASH Community

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Reflections of the SPASH Community

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A Funny Thing Happened In The English Lab…

How a brainstorming technique turned into a new way to engage students

Being a student in Advanced Composition, I sometimes spend extra time receiving help in the area of writing. The best place for me to get some extra help is the English Core Lab, located in the library at SPASH. When I first started receiving help from the teacher there last year, I hadn’t paid too much attention to the writing on the chalkboard. However, I eventually saw a couple of messages on the chalkboard and was intrigued from there. I asked the teacher in there who was writing on the board, and they said that it was Mr. Jarosh writing to himself because he was bored during first hour. Now, I have never had Mr. Jarosh as a teacher before, but that just sounds very peculiar. Even after my writing was improving in Advanced Composition, I still continued to come into the English Core Lab regularly just to see what was written on the board next. I just recently found out that there are two students who are having a back and forth conversation with Mr. Jarosh. That fascinated me because it just shows how even in the smallest spaces at this school, unexpected occurrences can happen and we should not take them for granted. Also, for whoever these two individuals are, I appreciate the creativity that you have invented. Thank you for making at least one random person smile.

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