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An Entire Literature Curriculum: A Book

An Entire Literature Curriculum: A Book

If only I had a resource of a whole curriculum I can just pick up! Often I hear that sentiment, especially from people with full lives and varied ambitions.  This holiday I curated the resources I have acquired over the years of teaching. Literally 100s of...

Originality For Students

Originality For Students

With the need to seek new interpretations of art and life, and the increasing (and righteous?) suspicion of authority, we prize originality. I certainly did as a teenager, and until quite recently.  Now, I buy more into the model that art and literature should aim to...

Formative Assessment: Easy?

Formative Assessment: Easy?

Classroom teachers all agree with formative assessment because it seems intuitive: teach the student the exam, and they will do better. Yet at what point does formative feedback occur? Perhaps at the moment the student needs it, during a drafted answer? How does that...