Welcome to Cedar’s Digest. This is where I blog about education reform, college teaching, history and philosophy of science and occasionally about books that I have recently read.
I am an assistant professor of Psychology at Randolph-Macon College, here in lovely Ashland, Virginia. The views expressed in this blog are my own.
- RT @DrGBuckingham: Size constancy fails at the Masters. Posted on Reddit by SpeciallySelected https://t.co/LIV2RwIcVk 6 hours ago
- RT @thrasherxy: Under-examined in vaccine hesitancy discourse is how decades of a “you’re on your own” approach to health makes it hard to… 8 hours ago
- RT @CT_Bergstrom: When I was a kid, this one minute animation was the best thing on television, bar none. twitter.com/GrooveSDC/stat… 12 hours ago
- RT @zeynep: United States of Epistemic Fracture. Also: vaccinated folks should feel free to stop following most media for a while, in my… 12 hours ago
- RT @CaseyCommon: "The Oregon Trail" turns 50 this year. In the fall of 1971, the computer game was created for student teacher Don Rawitsc… 13 hours ago