Teaching Shakespeare (and Literary Analysis!) with Prompt Books

    This April, English teachers, Anglophiles, all buddies of the Bard will commemorate the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death. Museums, libraries, schools, and theater companies are marking the occasion with special events like the homecoming of the Globe to Globe tour of Hamlet, which will have performed in around 200 countries by the […]

See You Next Saturday at #theEdCollabGathering

We are over-the-moon to be joining  some amazing educators across the country at #theEdCollabGathering on Saturday, April 2nd!  It’s online! And it’s free! Join us here at 11am EST as we share about how notebook time helps our students play, experiment, and take risks in their writing!  https://gathering.theeducatorcollaborative.com/session-one/workshop-2/   

On Teaching a Genre You Know Nothing About (or: an Infographic Study!)

Sometimes, no matter how good our routine, we need to shake it up. This is true in exercise; our muscles and our minds need to be surprised occasionally with a new move in order to achieve maximum results. It’s also true in writing.  And it’s true in teaching. Sometimes the very thing we need to […]