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Learning Space: Think, Believe, Share

Students are beginning to work on This I Believe essays. In this image, students have paired up with a partner from across the room to discuss the strengths/writing strategies 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 […]

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 […]

StoryCorps wants your lesson plans, educators!

April is Celebrate Diversity Month and StoryCorps is looking for help to create lesson plans about culture, diversity, and identity based on their animations produced by their team. The animation […]

Louder than a Bomb Reflection

Thank you to the Wexner Center, Dionne, and William, for the unique, impactful experience on Tuesday. The film Louder than a BombТ can easily stand alone as an inspirational experience, but […]