Profile: Prof. Fox
What would you like students to call you?
Favorite LC lectures
There's not much lecture in our writing class but one of my favorite activities is when students are together in small groups, get out their phones, do some quick research on a current issue, and compare notes. I love this work because students take learning into their own hands and find all kinds of fascinating information from widely different sources and perspectives.
I love teaching in this LC because...
politics is everywhere in our daily lives right now, and I love having the chance to examine our political institutions, to learn with students how change happens (or doesn't happen, and to see what they get fired up about!
In class I'm most likely to say,
"That's a good question." In fact, a few years ago, a student gave me a coffee mug that he'd made at one of those do-it-yourself ceramics places, and he painted "That's a good question" in this fancy script on it.
|Spring||ENGL 10301H||English Composition 3||TTh ||1:30 PM ||2:20 PM ||17-13 ||Classroom|
|Fall||ENGL 103HY0||English Composition 3||ARRANGED ||ONLARR ||Classroom|
|Fall||ENGL& 101LC2||English Comp I [CCN]||ARRANGED ||ONLARR ||Classroom|
|Spring||ENGL& 10106||English Comp I [CCN]||Daily ||11:30 AM ||12:20 AM ||19-12 ||Classroom|
|Spring||ENGL& 101LC7||English Comp I [CCN]||MWF ||10:30 AM ||11:20 AM ||12-230 ||Classroom|