The Craft of Curriculum
This post provides a rationale for pushing outside our comfort zones when it comes to our personal point of view and crafting a more diverse and inclusive curriculum. As educators, in honor of Black History Month, we can reflect on our points of view, celebrate diversity, see whiteness, and read with abandon. This post is the first in a series.
The Art of Instruction
There’s nothing like a writing contest to make audience a very real thing. Whether your students are 4th-6th grade TIPsters who can enter Duke TIP’s annual Writing Contest or whether they’re students interested in competing for prizes in another contest, a competition can add excitement, motivation, and challenge for students who love writing. Students who…