Has anyone ever experience a “dry sponge tongue” before…..

By Sharene Vaughn|April 30, 2015|Reflection|0 comments

I remember a couple of years ago, my tongue was dry and parched, I drank lots and lots of water but it was as if the water rolled right off my tongue and down my throat. My tongue still felt dry, like a sponge that has been sitting out in the sun- it didn’t absorbed any hydration from that water…still to this day I don’t know why, but since we’re

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By Maria Greene|April 30, 2015|Syllabus|0 comments

BOROUGH OF MANHATTAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE The City University of New York                    Department of Science Title of Course: College Chemistry I            Class Hours: 4 Course Code: CHE 201                                Laboratory Hours per Week: 3 Semester: SPRING/FALL                               Credits:

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Listen, Re-listen, and Listen Again

By Natalie Oshukany|April 30, 2015|Reflection|7 comments

         When I was an undergraduate music major, embodied learning—a focus on physical participation, attention to the ways in which my body affected my learning—was something I took for granted. In my weekly piano lessons, my teachers and I would work on my posture, my arm weight, and the tension I held in my hands, wrists, and shoulders. Sometimes we did yoga. In aural skills class, we sight-sang melodies and

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