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Category: Literacy

Student Voices Through Blogging

  Students have valuable contributions when it comes to solving some of our most pressing problems, and they grow stronger in their interpretation and understanding of the world the more […]

Found Poetry: Chiseling Creatively

After a tip from Gary Liebesman, we discovered Srikanth Reddy, an assistant professor of English and visiting University of Chicago poet. After experiencing a drought of inspiration subsequent to the […]

Facebook 10 Stories

More and more our relationship to technology is transforming ways we connect with people around the world. Today I found out about Facebook’s 10 Stories project.Т  The site highlights 10 […]

Austin Kleon

On Thursday, I visited Kim’s class and was blown away by their newspaper blackout poems. After a short and brief presentation about similarities in my process as a visual artist, […]

Connection to History of STUFF

I was searching the web and found this project that relates perfectly to the video I posted yesterday for History of Stuff. I could see the photographs being used for […]

Craft Cool Timelines   Not sure how this fits in the scope of our Pages program, but perhaps someone might find a use for it in class. I had a student use […]

PAGES Teacher Meeting Recap and Resources

Our recent PAGES Teacher Meeting cultivated a rich landscape for the flourishing of investigation, creativity, and collaboration. Teacher-partners expressed their affirmation for the growth in student maturity with respect to […]

Follow-up to Wednesday’s teacher planning meeting

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Why We Read

“Found” insight on the walls of Aaron Sherman’s classroom. Thanks Aaron for sharing the full essay. Click on the full post for a link to the essay: Why We Read.