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How to Write a (Barely) Passing Paper

I came across the blog post belowТ and thought it a curious path to writing a decent academic paper: “How to Write a (Barely) Passing Paper I wrote this when I […]

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 […]

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 […]

EDULICIOUS! MMMMM, TASTY LEARNING!

I came across a really interesting blog for educators, Edulicious! Т I think it could be an interesting tool to introduce students to blogging in general. Т It has a lot of […]

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 […]

Playful Learning Conference

Through the support of Ohio University’s Gladys W. and David H. Patton College of Education, the Playful Learning initiative is accepting submissions for their upcoming April 10th conference. A recognized […]

What now?

I am looking forward to seeing everyone tomorrow and really anxious to hear the student response to this experience. I was doing some last minute research and came across an […]

A Bag Lady by Any Other Name

Work by Mary Mattingly http://hyperallergic.com/86406/a-bag-lady-by-any-other-name/ “I do expect that in the near future, much more of the world’s population will be forced to migrate for environmental or political reasons. I’ve […]

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, […]