Top 10 Greatest Games I’ve Seen In Person

For the longest time, I’ve wanted to compile my Top 10 of games I’ve attended. I’ve been extremely lucky to attend many games in person. While I don’t have exact statistics, this is the approximate breakdown of the number of […]

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Over a Year

September 3, 2015

It has been nearly over a year since I last updated my blog. If you read my last blog post, I don’t think any explanation is actually needed. But… Hello Internet world. It’s been a long time. My life has changed […]

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He’s Here

July 28, 2014

Well…he’s finally here. Though this post took 4 months to write (life as I’ve found out gets a little bit busier with a little one around), I really wanted to capture our birth story…and quite the story it is. The […]

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I’m going to be a dad

September 17, 2013

It’s official. I’m extremely blessed to say that I’m going to be a dad. Words cannot express how happy I am. We have known for a little over a month and it has been so hard to keep it in. […]

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Oh look…new things.

September 7, 2013

Well, well, well…hello there! My how things have changed. I have been quite quiet for the past few months on Twitter and Facebook (posting much less frequently than I have in the past) and this new website is a large […]

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New Instructional Design Models

What do you understand about instructional design from what you have read so far? What model will you present for class? Why? What interests you about it?   Before this course, I hadn’t thought much about different instructional design models. […]

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Instructional Design: An Introduction

Instructional Design. It is a term that is severely misleading. As an instructional designer, I’m well aware of the connotations it brings, as I deal with it on a daily basis. Perhaps it is the way my job is presented, […]

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My Plan to Change Education

October 24, 2012

Last week, I listed out my problems with education that currently exist. Today, here is my solution. Fair warning: This is a big soap box for me. As a researcher and rookie philosopher, I must admit I’m blinded by my […]

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Finished the Whole 30!

March 20, 2012

Well, it’s finally over. On February 19, my wife and I accepted the Whole 30 challenge from our Health and Wellness coordinator at church. It is easily one of the greatest decisions I ever made. Not only do my clothes […]

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NPR: Writing a book but unable to read

March 16, 2012

The Writer Who Couldn’t Read from NPR on Vimeo. Imagine you wake up one morning and can’t read. Your eyes work, but the letters on the page have turned into squiggles. They make no sense. Now meet Howard Engel, a […]

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