Teaching Colleagues, My heart is bursting, bursting for the students and teachers of Stoneman Douglas High School. I ache for the dead and the families and friends and students of the dead. I ache for the time that the healing will take. I ache for those who won’t ever heal. I ache that school invasions… Continue Reading »
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Summer’s here and we’ll be on hiatus until August . Check back then for a new post—and have a very merry summer break. Cheers!
So live it up! And check back here on August 18th for a new blog post. We’ll be on a short hiatus until then. In the meantime, enjoy yourselves!
Teaching Colleagues, We bring you big doings and a special invitation this month… Keep reading for all the exciting, once-in-a-lifetime details as we celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare! On April 23rd, the day the world commemorates Shakespeare’s birth (and death), the Folger will host an international live streaming event—called The Wonder of Will LIVE—from… Continue Reading »
By Folger Education This post you’re about to read was viewed, shared, and liked more than almost any other on our blog last school year. Since its original publication, both Debbie Gascon, the high school teacher who wrote it, and Folger staff, have heard from teachers all over the country who loved—and tried out, to… Continue Reading »
By Folger Education We know you’re gearing up for another school year, and we wanted to send some inspiration and enjoyment your way. Here are some lines about teaching and learning from Shakespeare, compiled by our very own Mike LoMonico. [getty src=”180411778?et=j3s2_HtjSaNrmUuAXet4LA&sig=Xs7p-t5Xflh0J8lHEU_TFKqck0xQ7RLMdFglLyKp9T0=” width=”501″ height=”342″] Yes, it’s that time again for teachers all across the… Continue Reading »
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In this special series we’re calling “Inside the Classroom,” we’ll follow middle school teacher Gina Voskov and her students as they embark on a Twelfth Night unit. Today, it’s all about pre-reading—check back for notes from the group throughout the learning process. By: Gina Voskov I am so pleased to introduce Won Jae, Lois, and Alexandra,… Continue Reading »
With 2013 behind us, we review some of our most popular posts from the year: How To Teach Your Children Shakespeare Author Ken Ludwig introduces his children to Shakespeare using particular passages, which he puts in context for them and then has them memorize. His new book shares these techniques and strategies with parents and educators…. Continue Reading »
We’re turning back the clock a few years, to revisit a blog post from Christmas 2009, written by Mike LoMonico. ‘Tis the season to be jolly and maybe think about Shakespeare. Here are a few tidbits for your holiday pleasure.