Creative writing is a must. This seems obvious enough as I finish my fourth year in the Pages Program, but if I am being completely honest, creative writing had dwindled […]
I still find evidence of my past when cleaning out a desk drawer, when flipping through a book from a previous class, when rediscovering a journal. I relish opening the […]
I worry sometimes that we are losing a little more of our creativity each time we work through the writing process. Typically in AP Literature and Composition, we write and […]
The arrival of Bryan Moss, an amazing resident artist with the PAGES Program, in my classroom made me think of an article I read years ago about James Thurber. Thurber, […]
William Evans is a writer, instructor, and performer from Columbus, OH.Т He is the founder and host of Writing Wrongs Poetry Slam and the President of Projecting Murals, LCC, a […]
Here’s a lesson plan from the NYT Learning Network highlighting National Day of Writing The Learning Network: Why I Write: A Celebration of the National Day on Writing, Oct. 20 […]
Check out this article from the New York Times about using texting to teach writing. http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/20/opinion/20selsberg.html?scp=1&sq=selsberg%20text&st=cse Follow-up letters to editorial are here:Т http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/29/opinion/l29short.html?scp=2&sq=selsberg%20text&st=cse What do you think?