Of consulates, visas, and bureaucracy (a first encounter)

Spanish Consulate Houston

  Palmer, Ennis, Alma, Rice. “Huh,” I think, “Their first letters spell PEAR.” Such are the kind of inane musings one has looking at the names of small Texas towns between Dallas and Houston…at 5:00 am…for the third time in 2 days (and with one more trip back to go). Jiab and I are tired, … Read moreOf consulates, visas, and bureaucracy (a first encounter)

List of published articles

List of published articles

Jim has published articles throughout his career. He also will have three textbook series coming out in Fall 2019 on Media Literacy. Below are samples of his published articles.

  • “In Defense of Pun.” (commentary section), Dallas Morning News, June 9, 2018. Link: In Defense of Pun
  • “Stop Treating Teachers Like Saints.” (commentary section), Dallas Morning News, May 20, 2016. Link: Stop Treating Teachers Like Saints
  • Summa: A stroy that’s the sum of its parts.”Kindle Book, 2016. Link: Summa: A story that’s the sum of its parts
  • With Loveland, Dave. “How augmented reality affects classroom. Eschoolnews. Aug 1, 2016. Link: How augmented reality affects classroom
  • With Loveland, Dave. “Are we where yet? (Technology use in the classroom for geography lessons).” Education Today, Term 3 (July, 2013), Print. Link:Are We There Yet?
  • “Summa.” (a story of cultural diversity), Calliope (Writer’s Special Interest Group journal of American Mensa), Summer, 2012. Print.
  • “Making Dew.” (a educational children’s story), Anansesem, Sept. 2010. Link: Making Dew