Changes in the Blog

I had a busy year last year and didn’t get to update as often as I would have liked. I feel like some stories definitely went untold, like when I won the school’s Dance Dance Revolution title… or when a student decided to tell me a filthy joke in the middle of class… or when a student killed an octopus (a large one) with his bare hands while on vacation in Aqaba. Lot’s of stories all the time. But I’m having trouble keeping up with stories blogging and have been more interested lately in teaching blogging. So, long story short, I wanted to send out a warning to people that the blog is going to take a sharp left turn and become basically a math teaching blog. There is a great community of educators in the blogosphere that all share materials. I have benefited an unbelievable amount from them and have decided it’s time to enter the fray. So, if you see much more about Calculus, and much less about monarchs or car damage or Arabic gaffes, don’t be surprised. I don’t think I’ll be able to stay away from those stories, but they will be overshadowed by teaching practice.


  • Now you can just go to – cool!
  • I redesigned the blog a bit, I hope you like the new look.
  • I’m going to be adding things from my teaching portfolio.
P.S. I added some photos that I took while watching the Austin bats from a kayak below the bridge where they live. It was awesome!

Posted on August 17, 2011, in Random. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.


  2. You’re my hero, Mr. Bowman Dickson. Loves it! Now that you’re here, I can stop blogging. Do calculus proud.

  3. sam, you’re like my blogging big brother. i thank you for drawing me into this crazy land.
    jessica, done. u + me = us.

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