Monthly Archives: May 2011

The Power of the 21st Century Classroom

For me, this week is one of the most important weeks in the entire semester of English 10B. The reason?  We begin to delve into a gamut of complicated, yet crucial human rights issues.  To be honest, there is very little … Continue reading

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The Vessay

Yes, the Vessay.  It’s new.  Or at least it is to my students. When you’ve done something as momentous and challenging as creating a Holocaust museum, what do you do next?  It’s not about topping it, it’s about challenging and … Continue reading

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