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Happy Anniversary, Pages!

Tonight I had the privilege of being part of the “Wednesdays with the Wex” Celebrating 15 Years of Pages anniversary […]

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Art Comes to You

In my first years as an English teacher, bringing art into my classroom took a lot more effort than it […]

My Hope for Students

The end of the 2019-2020 school year was, to say the least, unconventional; to say the most, it was awful! […]

Blacking Out Robert Frost

You know when you’ve done a lesson so many times, it’s become muscle memory? You can just walk into class, […]

Group Projects

Uniting 40 people with one project is not an easy task. It requires compromise, collaboration and patience. I’m happy to […]

The Power of Trust

The bond between a teacher and her students is one that is unlike anything I’ve ever experienced before. Teachers take […]

POV

The most compelling element of Anthropocene was its use of point of view. The extreme close-ups of intricate, organic designs […]

Duck, Duck, Memory

When I was a girl, I had a tiny, yellow, glass duck—no bigger than a button or acorn. Even though […]

Learning Space: Room 13

Back to School at ACPA: http://artcollegeprep.org. (Might there be a more boring way to announce the reinvigoration of our learning […]

Finding Poetry on the Page and, Later, on the Canvas

A beautiful story about how viewing art informs writing, and how writing can deepen one’s experience of art! http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/15/arts/design/an-art-critic-is-first-inspired-by-words.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&   […]