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Risk Taking

After we viewed the documentary,Т Forbidden Voices: How to Start a Revolution with a Laptop.Т The film featured three women bloggers Т in Cuba, China and Iran who write about social injustice in […]

A Musing on the Museum

This, from Neil Postman’s The End of Education, might make for an interesting discussion, activity, or research assignment. (Postman’s language is quoted; mine is italicized.) “I recommend a subject that, […]

Media Arts Experience: Meet Our Panel

Meet our panel of for tomorrow’s program.   Anisa GandevivalaТ  “Anisa is a physician turned manager, turned consultant, turned writer, poet, artist, connector and educator living in Columbus, Ohio. She […]

On Risk-Taking

Т  Т  Т Educators who take risks in their classrooms stand a better chance of engaging students than those who stick to the textbook or a pre-packed curriculum. Educator risk taking […]

Is Offense the New Threat to Free Speech?

The article “No Offense: The New Threats to Free Speech” isТ from John O’Sullivan at The Wall Street Journal. See:ТТ  O’Sullivan writes the following curious points in quotation marks. I occasionally […]

Ask, Think, Then Ask Some More

Sorry, I wrote this post earlier this afternoon and thought I posted it! Here is the NPR piece we talked about in today’s roundtable. Good work today.Т  Past PAGES teachers […]

What will your art do?

What will your art do? Below are a variety of artists creating art as a catalyst for social change. TheirТ work reflects contemporary social justice issues, coming from a place of […]

Need Ideas, We’ve Got ‘Em

50 Ways to Teach With Current Events is a mega idea list compiled by the New York Times to engage students in literacy and writing using current events. The news […]

A Teacher’s Guide to Blog Posts

  In the blogging world, it is hard to determine what your online audience wants. Here is a great article that outlines the appropriate length of a blog post based […]