The library at the Richard Stockton College of New JerseyThe library at Stockton is a good place to work. It’s quiet, there’s wireless and power, and look, windows from floor to ceiling that open out on the pine barrens that surround the college. I’m writing an essay on the peer assessment I did with my students last semester. I have to finish it soon to complete last year’s course in university pedagogy, but I’m used to writing for another discipline and it’s taking me more time than I’d expected to organise the questionnaires the students answered, to read articles about pedagogy and various forms of assessment, to think through what I really did last semester and to construct a coherent article from that. I’m learning a lot, though. Pedagogy is interesting.

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