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“Had she lived, she would have done amazing things.” Melanie Peron is a popular figure at Penn.
“Hilarious, smart, captivating,” wrote students in a campus publication that rates her as one of Penn’s best professors, though she’s technically a lecturer.
They think they can do two or three tasks simultaneously and not compromise the quality of what they produce.
Not admonitions, but concrete evidence that multitasking compromises their efforts to learn.
The specifics are persuasive and here are some examples to share with students.
Last week, they completed their drive and called Penn to deliver the goods, which also included toiletries other than tampons.
They named the gift “Kalina’s Cabinet.” Penn declined to accept it.
Iris Peron-Ames (left), 14, and Sasha Mannino, 13, in the conference room of Greenfield Elementary School in Center City.