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So You Want an Extension on that Paper! How and When

Notes from a teacher

photo: Tim Gouw for Unsplash

The anxiety level in students has ramped up to ugly these past couple of years. As a post-secondary teacher, I’ve experienced all manifestations of this, from the seemingly inevitable course-dropping — mysterious and at end of term, with no earlier word or question from the learner. And the most worrisome manifestation — that of a student…

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Alison Acheson

Alison Acheson

My latest book is a memoir, Dance Me to the End: Ten Months and Ten Days With ALS. My newsletter is on Substack: THE UNSCHOOL FOR WRITERS.

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