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If I Stuck a Camera into Your Brain, What Would I See? Responding to Literature

In this series of lessons I attempt to apply Peter Elbow’s writing response techniques (previously mentioned in posts like this one) to help students respond to literature.  814 more words


How to respond to the horror of #Paris?

It is still too early to know exactly what happened, who what where and perhaps the most important question: why? What is clear is that something terrible has happened. 841 more words



Listening before responding means I’m less likely to get angry.


My response to my Cyber Bulliers

Being in my early twenties, one would not think that I would have to encounter cyberbullying.  Nor would one think that another grown adult would stoop so low and spend their time bullying another grown adult on social media sites, but let me tell you, for the last year and a half I have been a victim of cyberbullying. 500 more words


Drawing-Painting I students Skype with MAS artist, Todd Mrozinski

On November 5th, Mr. Juarez’s Drawing/Painting I students skyped with Midwest Artist Studios (MAS) artist, Todd Mrozinski. The MAS project aims to connect art education with regional contemporary artists through studio visits, curriculum documentation, and opportunities for educator outreach.  205 more words

Choosing between this and that

Did you ever balance on a see-saw when you were a child? There was always the challenge of working with the other person to find that perfect point where you were hovering in a horizontal line for a second or two, before one of you fell, a victim of weight and gravity. 577 more words


Is There a Timetable for Responding to a Marital Settlement Offer?

Although the process of divorce is never easy, it can be accomplished without the need for contentious and adversarial litigation. Ideally, the parties to a divorce are able to negotiate a mutually agreeable Marital Settlement Agreement that resolves all of the issues in the divorce. 125 more words