Category Archives: ELA

Educator Voice: How journalism builds curiosity and confidence in our students

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  By Mitch Schwartz, Cynthia Booker and Amy Woods As Scholastic Journalism Week hosted by the Journalism Education Association kicks off this week, three teachers…read more

Educator Voice: Why “There is no better superhero – fictional or not” than John Lewis

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Photo courtesy: Top Shelf Productions   by Tim Smyth, social studies teacher, Wissahickon High School, Ambler, Pennsylvania As someone who travels the country giving professional development workshops…read more

Educator Voice: Why private schools need more student journalists

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  In order to fulfill school mission statements that extol leadership and student voice, high school teacher David Cutler wants to see more student publications…read more

How to talk with children in the immediate aftermath of a mass shooting

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  Note: This story focuses on the shooting tragedy in Thousand Oaks, Calif., but includes resources on how to talk with young people about gun…read more

Listen to this teacher and student talk about gun control this election

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  Editor’s note: This election season, Wisconsin Public Radio is going “Beyond The Ballot,” finding out what people really care about. They’re meeting them where…read more

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