Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Shaping young minds

Today I'll be videoconferencing with 71 students enrolled in the "Literature and the Environment" course taught by Richard Kentz at Union Mine High School near Placerville, California. Mr. Kentz actually assigned them to read "Greasy Rider." Unfortunately for his students, there's no Cliff's Notes for Greasy Rider. At least not yet.

That's right, I'm shaping young minds (although in fairness, it should be pointed out that the book is far from being classified as "literature").