I like your article Dr. Walter. John Ruskin is cool.
I agree, Sally. John Ruskin is very cool. His life and writings are the basis of much that I try to teach and do. I hope someday you can enroll in one of the travel seminars to Europe and visit his home in Coniston with me.
This was an amazing newsletter! Great information!
I'm glad you enjoyed it, Bree. Which part of the information presented did you find most interesting?
Awesome article Dr. Walter! You’re a great writer! Keep up the good work 😊
I'm glad you enjoyed the newsletter articles, Emily. I'm curious to know which topic discussed in the newsletter you found most engaging.
Congratulations Dr. Walter!!! You did a great job on this springs newsletter!! I enjoyed reading it! Thank you for all of the information on your many trips.
Yes, Natalie, I enjoy travel. It is a very different form of education from the kind you experience in any classroom. I hope you can go to Europe one day and that you will write and tell me about your travels when you do.
This is article contains great information about John Ruskin and his home in Brantwood! I would recommed this to anyone who wanted to learn more about Mr. Ruskin.
I agree, Madison. Brantwood is the place to go if you want to see the ideas of Ruskin at work. It still has the feel of a beloved home rather than just a protected museum.
Great newsletter with a lot of info over John Ruskin! Good job Dr. Walter!
Blake, I am proud you have become a student of Ruskin so early in your university education. What you learned about him on your trip to Venice will be priceless as you pursue your educational goals.
Thank you, Caleb. Your encouragement boosts my willingness to continue my efforts as editor.
Great article Dr. Walter!! You are a very talented writer! Thank you for sharing your information.
Breanna, I am glad you enjoyed what you read. Can you tell me something particular you enjoyed learning here?
I'm glad you enjoyed this, Curtis. Can you tell me which particular part you were reading that you found useful?
This is a very helpful and informative article.
Kolbe, it is good to hear that the newsletter is so helpful. Can you tell me which particular part you liked best?
Congratulations Dr. Walter, it's great to read and learn something new from you!!
Jomarea, a student like you is a gift to a teacher. I look forward to seeing you in more of my classrooms, and I hope soon you will be able to join in some of the travel experiences.
I love this article! So, wonderful and inspiring. Chase your dreams Dr. Walter.
Hunter, a student with your spirit and potential is a rare treat for a teacher. I hope I will find you in more of my classes someday.
This is inspiring
Trey, I'm glad to think of you inspired by education. Can you share which part of the newsletter you found most interesting?
I think nature is a great source of inspiration for any artists or writers! Plus it’s nice to go outside and just be in nature to clear your head. Great job Dr. Walter!
I agree with your ideas about Nature, Tyler. When I visit the Lake District and realize that William Wordsworth grew up there, I often think "No wonder he became such a powerful poet."
This article contains great info and was very helpful. Great job Dr. Walter!!!!
De'Andre, I'm glad you were pleased with the newsletter. Can you give one example of a specific part that interested you?
That’s my teacher!!!!!☺️
Kennedy, Yep--it sure is! I hope one day soon your picture will be featured in an issue of this newsletter reporting on your academic successes.
A lot of great information!!
I'm glad you found something interesting in the newsletter, Brenisha. Can you give me a specific example of something particular that caught your eye?
This is lit. I love it.
John, I think the study of English can be fascinating. I especially like learning the stories of great writers. Which part do you like best?
Excellent article. Can't wait to read more about Ruskin
Keeton, I agree completely. John Ruskin is a fascinating writer well worth the trouble it takes to comprehend his Victorian prose style. I hope someday you will be among the students who travels with me to England to learn more.
Nice article Dr. Walters, it contains great info, and very inspiring!
I'm glad to know you were inspired by reading something in the newsletter, La Tina. Can you tell me what specific idea or image spoke to you?
This was a great article! Congratulations on being president!! You are a very talented writer!
I'm not exactly president, Leah. I'm just a board member and the editor of the newsletter, but creating the newsletter sometimes makes me feel both the responsibility and the exhilaration of power. When you have an important position, I hope you will write and tell me about it too.
Wow what a great article! This article contains lots of great information. Dr. Walter this is extraordinary work
Kentrez, you are too kind. Thank you for the generosity of your support. Which part did you think was the best?
Great writer & teacher. Congratulations Dr. Walter
La Terria, I had good help from other ACTELA members and from students like you! That made my job--well, not easy but fun sometimes and well worth doing.
I loved the article! It’s nice having correct information all in one place for reference.
Lane, I'm not sure which article you specifically refer to here, but I'm glad you liked it and found it useful. I hope to find you among the students in another of my classes someday.
Good stuff, moved by this masterpiece. Despite what Ruskin said I would say that literature is wealth along with life.
Adeline, this periodical is hardly worthy of the title "masterpiece," but I'm very pleased you find it readable and useful. The time (which is an amount of life) we spend reading and exploring literature is certainly some of the most precious parts of life, as Ruskin tells us in "Of Kings' Treasuries." The pricelessness of what we learn is definitely WEALTH.
I’d say that article written by Katie was an interesting read! :)
Excellent work Dr. Walter, you worked hard to put this all together.
Thanks for noticing, Katie! I agree. That piece by you was wonderful and has gotten many positive responses. Well done, Scholar!
The Texmoot conference sounds amazing! The conference sounded very interesting. I loved what Caleb said about it being a cross between “fandoms and academia.” The conference topics sounded fun, as well as the art they were able to see.
Mary, it was a good experience. I think it is so important for education to happen outside the classroom as well as within the walls. I hope soon you will be among the carload of students who goes with me to a conference to make a professional presentation.
Great job, Dr. Walter!! Your article was very informative!!
Caitlin, I am so pleased you enjoyed this issue of the newsletter. Which part or image in particular did you find inspirational?
Congratulations on your newsletter Dr. Walter.
Thank you, Ty. The work you did on your service learning project will be reported in an upcoming issue, so keep reading!