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What, however, does not merge in this autobiographical text are the ego boundaries of mother and daughter, mother and granddaughter. They always stand apart but close, always in relation to each other, always in a mental and spiritual proximity, but as presented by the text, never threatening each other’s subjectivity. In this way, this textual representation of female and, in particular, maternal subjectivity rewrites–or rather, writes herself out of–the patriarchal inscription of the maternal: there is no fusion between the mother and the child; as is the self-sacrificial element of mothering missing from the text.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

The lead women in this autobiographical text consistently stand closely to each other while remaining separate individuals. With respect to their mental and spiritual perspectives, they strike a balance between closeness and independence. Through these relationships, the “textual representation of female and, in particular, maternal subjectivity rewrites–or rather, writes herself out of–the patriarchal inscription of the maternal” (Séllei, 2009, p. 180).

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

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If learners are new to critique, we see anonymity as a scaffold to generating critical feedback. Learners can practice giving feedback knowing they are not vulnerable to social repercussions. Less than perfect expressions, unwarranted negative reactions, and fruitless ideas are bound to be part of novice feedback, but teachers hope to create learning configurations that support both the giver and the receiver of feedback, especially if the commenters are novices.

References:
Howard, C. D., Barrett, A. F., & Frick, T. W. (2010). Anonymity to promote peer feedback: Pre-service teachers’ comments in asynchronous computer-mediated communication. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 43(1), 89-112.

Providing good constructive feedback takes practice. Howard, Barrett, and Frick (2010) suggest that allowing feedback to be given under conditions of anonymity may serve as a useful scaffold for helping novices provide feedback more honestly since they would be less open to social consequences. In my personal experiences with peer feedback where everyone could see who said what, I found that feedback lacked detail and was mostly made up of “Good job!” statements.

References:
Howard, C. D., Barrett, A. F., & Frick, T. W. (2010). Anonymity to promote peer feedback: Pre-service teachers’ comments in asynchronous computer-mediated communication. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 43(1), 89-112.

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Many physical education and health curricula have been developed to foster active, healthy lifestyles through various learning outcomes and objectives. Although such a goal may be desired and valued by our society, ways to achieve this goal are less understood. If elementary physical education is to assist children in developing skills and understanding that will serve as the foundation for future activities, then educators at all levels need to develop ways to foster these skills and understanding across numerous types of activities.

References:
Mandigo, J. L., & Anderson, A. T. (2003). Using the pedagogical principles in net/wall games to enhance teaching effectiveness. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 14(1), 8-11.

While I was in elementary school we would play wall games during recess. We weren’t thinking about keeping fit but we were being active. Maybe this is an important lesson for educators. Mandigo and Anderson (2003) say that educators must enhance their ability to cultivate these types of skills and understandings related to healthy lifestyles across various activities to serve as foundations for future choices.

References:
Mandigo, J. L., & Anderson, A. T. (2003). Using the pedagogical principles in net/wall games to enhance teaching effectiveness. Teaching Elementary Physical Education, 14(1), 8-11.

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The fact that the day of Queen Victoria’s funeral coincides with the birth of the narrator may, on the one hand, signify the cultural moment when Victorian decency and codes of femininity are left behind, buried, and put to rest, and in this way, it can be interpreted as a moment when even certain untold stories can be told. On the other hand, however, it may also foretell something of a story in which matrilineage is unnaturally broken; also, it tells us about the permeability of the border between, and about the coexistence of, life and death.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

One way to explain the date coincidence in the novel is by interpreting it as a detail foretelling an unatural interruption in matrilineage (Séllei, 2009). The funeral of Queen Victoria was no doubt a significant cultural moment for England.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

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The word “comfortable” is more profound than people usually realize. The mystery of genuine comfort goes beyond the simple idea that the word first seems to mean. Places which are comfortable are comfortable because they have no inner contradictions, because there is no little restlessness disturbing them.

References:
Alexander, C. (1979). The timeless way of building (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Oxford University Press USA.

The mystery of genuine comfort goes beyond the simple idea that the word first seems to mean. According to Alexander (1979), comfortable places “have no inner contradictions” (p. 32). Could choice of color, fabric, or even the scent of a sleeping pillow lead to possible contradictions that would contribute to how comfortable we viewed the pillow?

References:
Alexander, C. (1979). The timeless way of building (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Oxford University Press USA.

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There is a design methodology called rapid prototyping, which has been used successfully in software engineering. Given similarities between software design and instructional design, we argue that rapid prototyping is a viable method for instructional design, especially for computer-based instruction.

References:
Tripp, S., & Bichelmeyer, B. (1990). Rapid prototyping: An alternative instructional design strategy. Educational Technology Research and Development, 38(1), 31-44.

Rapid prototyping has been used successfully in software engineering and is a viable method for instructional design, especially for computer-based instruction. This is especially true due to the shared challenges faced by software and instructional designers (Tripp & Bichelmeyer, 1990).

References:
Tripp, S., & Bichelmeyer, B. (1990). Rapid prototyping: An alternative instructional design strategy. Educational Technology Research and Development, 38(1), 31-44.

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You could even skip the debate and simply concentrate on getting letters to candidates. The key is to act. Concentrate on two or three issues at the most. If you write on twelve topics, you dissipate the effect. Keep the letter short, one page if possible, two at the most. Your lawmakers and their staffs are busy and are not likely to do more than glance at a long letter.

References:
Simon, P. (2003). Our culture of pandering. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.

There are many ways to participate in the electoral process. Town hall debates are often open to the public in smaller elections. These debates may provide opportunities for the public to ask questions directly. However, “you could even skip the debate and simply concentrate on getting letters to candidates” since the letter writing approach is not dependent on being able to get access to limited microphone time (Simon, 2003).

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It is when all our forces can move freely in us. In nature, this quality is almost automatic, because there are no images to interfere with natural processes of making things. But in all of our creations, the possibility occurs that images can interfere with the natural, necessary order of a thing. And, most of all, this way that images distort the things we make, is familiar in ourselves.

References:
Alexander, C. (1979). The timeless way of building (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Oxford University Press USA.

Is has been suggested that images have the potential to warp those things created by humans in ways that natural creations are not exposed to (Alexander, 1979). However, the boundary between human and natural creations can be fuzzy. For example, many breeds of dog are the result of intentional human intervention. Does this make them human creations?

References:
Alexander, C. (1979). The timeless way of building (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Oxford University Press USA.

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The patterns which control a portion of the world, are themselves fairly simple. But when they interact, they create slightly different overall configurations at every place. This happens because no two places on earth are perfectly alike in their conditions. And each small difference, itself contributes to the difference in conditions which the other patterns face.

References:
Alexander, C. (1979). The timeless way of building (Vol. 1). New York, NY: Oxford University Press USA.

Alexander connects simple patterns to the apparent complexity that seems to surround us. The fact that no two places on earth are perfectly alike means that when simple patterns interact they create slightly different overall configurations at every place. This is analogous to the way that the result of math equation can be changed using different variables.

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The fact that the day of Queen Victoria’s funeral coincides with the birth of the narrator may, on the one hand, signify the cultural moment when Victorian decency and codes of femininity are left behind, buried, and put to rest, and in this way, it can be interpreted as a moment when even certain untold stories can be told. On the other hand, however, it may also foretell something of a story in which matrilineage is unnaturally broken; also, it tells us about the permeability of the border between, and about the coexistence of, life and death.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

The coexistence of life and death, indeed, the permeable nature of the boundary between life and death is frequently the subject of literary analysis. This is also the focus of Séllei’s (2009) article on Rosamond Lehmann’s novel.

References:
Séllei, N., (2009) The mother in mourning as the subject of autobiography in Rosamond Lehmann’s The swan in the evening: Fragments of an inner life. In A. O’Reilly, & S. Caporale-Bizzini (Eds.). From the personal to the political: Toward a new theory of maternal narrative (pp. 170-182). Cranbury, NJ: Susquehanna University Press.

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