A response to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone from a teacher’s P.O.V.
I first created this board shortly before the election of our current president. I felt that it was important to create a board about this with the frantic fear that […]
Hello! So this is the end of the semester! During the past week, we read about fair use and copyright in the digital media world–a topic about which I had […]
https://research.usc.edu/usc-symposium-on-digital-media-research-education-and-innovation/ Although I’m only twenty-two years old, digital compositions are more complex (and more amazing and accessible) than when I was going through grade school. Now, there are simple and […]
For this week, we have read “Responding to Student Writing” by Nancy Sommers (NCTE, 1982), and chapter three from The Digital Writing Workshop (Hicks, 2009) entitled “Conferring through Blogs, Wikis, […]
A friend of mine brought this online entry to my attention and asked my opinion: http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/education-2/middle-school-reading-lists-100-years-ago-vs-today-show-how-far-american-educational-standards-have-declined (This is the original post this author was responding to: Middle School Reading Lists […]