Monthly Archives: January 2015

It’s a new year. For a lot of teachers, that means new students. For a lot more teachers, that means hundreds of new students. (Just when you had everyone’s names memorized.) “I figure you’ve got two weeks at the beginning of the year before students start getting offended.” says Heather Wolpert-Gawron in an article for… Read more →

What happened when a Florida student decided to “study outside the box” and recreate Van Gogh’s “Starry Night” with her notes? We thought the results were amazing! “I knew I had to study for this exam, and I knew I’d be writing on this white board for hours. So I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be funny… Read more →

Study Finds Reading to Children of All Ages Grooms Them to Read More on Their Own | from The New York Times “Cue the hand-wringing about digital distraction: Fewer children are reading books frequently for fun, according to a new report released Thursday by Scholastic, the children’s book publisher.” Click here to read the entire… Read more →

Today we honor the great Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. On August 28, 1963, Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his speech “I Have a Dream” at the foot of the Lincoln Memorial to an interracial audience of more than two hundred thousand. King made skillful use of rhetoric, repeating words and phrases, and… Read more →

Congratulations to Jaqueline Woodson, winner of the 2014 National Book Award for Young People’s Literature for her latest book, Brown Girl Dreaming. In her essay in The Times, Woodson explained that her mission is “to write stories that have been historically absent in this country’s body of literature, to create mirrors for the people who… Read more →

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