Author Archives: cupprof

About cupprof

Husband, father, grandfather, professor, outdoorsman, photographer, and perpetual deck builder.

Snow Rollers and Cancelled Classes…

What are two things you may never experience again in your lifetime?  Snow rollers and Clarion University cancelling classes…  Both have happened this winter!

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If WeMo Then That?

I’ve recently become intrigued by home automation.  By home automation, I mean being able to control and monitor objects around the house remotely.  I’m not talking about making the vacuum run itself, I’m talking about controlling the thermostat, lights, and … Continue reading

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Spring 2014 Semester – Week 1

A brand new semester is upon us.  We at Clarion University have had a challenging year so far due to budget problems and “Workforce Plans.”  Our College of Education and Human Services has been streamlined and by Summer 2014, we … Continue reading

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My Own Domain

Welcome to my own domain… http://www.cupprof.com.  I am now master of my domain!  😉  Creating and buying it were ridiculously easy and cheap.  WordPress Rocks!!    

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Free Book Weekend – Two C.B. McCullough Titles FREE

I’ve never used the “reblog” feature… Not sure how it works. I’m attempting to reblog my son’s blog about is new book.

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Summer Classes Begin….

The following is my introductory message for my new online graduate courses. Hi, I’m John. I’m not Dr. McCullough, I’m John. (Well… I am a Dr. but we’re all adults here… please call me John.) I’m a Professor in the … Continue reading

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Testing

Just a test for summer class prep.

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What goes around, comes around…

Many years ago, when my father was alive and teaching, I remember him telling me for no particular reason, “if you go into education, never throw anything away.”  When I asked what he meant, he mumbled something about having to … Continue reading

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She did good… I did bad.

Today I re-learned an important lesson, I re-learned the actual lesson I’ve helped to teach many times.  Come to think of it, I’ve been the poster child for this lesson. Today I observed a teacher candidate working with children in … Continue reading

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Field Experience

My last post focused on how undergraduate students don’t typically think like teachers, at least not until they participate in a field experience.  I want to continue to focus on that topic. Last evening, my colleagues and I hosted a … Continue reading

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