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January, 1986 - St Martins Press
Many teachers and researchers have taken advantage of this, and have placed Master's theses, doctoral dissertations, research papers, or even personal essays related to their teaching experiences online.
May 30, 2001 - Indiana University Press
In 1999, I began writing a monthly column in Flying magazine called Flying Lessons. The name came from my realization, over many hours spent in small airplanes since I became a pilot in 1986, that there were many parallel lessons between flying and life. Sometimes, the column explored a particular flying adventure–ranging in location from Africa, the Amazon, the Alps and Australia to the skies of California, Texas, and North Carolina, among others. But most of the time, there was a bigger point or lesson in the column somewhere … something I learned through the course of flying or some adventure that’s universally applicable to life. Intimacy. Trust. Keeping perspective. Overcoming fear. Finding hope and light after a dark stretch. Remembering the value of a friend who makes you laugh. Remembering to laugh at yourself, and stand by what you believe.
February 15, 1993 - University of Wisconsin Press
The column ran for 16 years. You can read some of my favorite columns by clicking the links below. Archives can also be found online by searching for “Lane Wallace Flying Lessons,” or by searching the archives of Flying magazine and EAA’s Sport Aviation, where the column was published.
Essays : School Essays : College Essays : Essays : ArticlesThe Atlantic
I worked as a correspondent and freelance writer for for five years, from 2009 to 2014. I wrote about a variety of subjects, and many of my online pieces looked at events, issues, and questions through the lens of a curious explorer (as opposed to a dedicated partisan). What do we require in order to forgive the unforgivable? Is commercializing adventure a good thing? Why does Tiger Woods owe the public an apology for his private actions? Why do people cling to opinions even in the face of incontrovertible evidence to the contrary? How do we survive uncertain times and circumstances? You get the idea. An of all those essays and articles is available online.
Here are many essays meant for the school students and college students who can use these essays for their academic presentationsby James R. Vivian
This article appeared originally in "College-School Collaboration: Appraising the Major Approaches" (1985). According to the editor, "the Institute demonstrates that the gap often presumed to exist between university faculty and school teachers can be bridged by building an intensive, long-term collaboration to focus on subjects deemed most important by teachers for strengthening their own teaching."
50 Great Psychology Articles and EssaysNo Map. No Guide. No Limits.
No Map. No Guide. No Limits. is the name of my blog (and publishing company). It’s also my philosophy of life. I started the blog with the hopes of inspiring readers to take a more adventurous and passionate approach to life, through my own essays as well as the occasional essays from other fellow explorers and adventurers. But it’s also a place where I discuss not only the importance of passion, voice, adventure, and purpose, but also many of the questions, issues, trade-offs and challenges that anyone struggling with an adventurous path—or wondering whether or not to take such a path—faces. It’s where my most current writing appears. And if you know of anyone who might be a good candidate for an “I Do This Because …” essay on the blog—let me know!!