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By Arvind Gupta
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Expressive Writing in the Science Classroom

By John Dorroh
In this account of expressive writing in the science classroom, teacher John Dorroh introduces writing to build students' curiosity, inviting them to wonder, to ask questions, and to imagine. In the process Dorroh wrestles with the issue of assessment and also demonstrates the importance of…
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Wishes for Trees

In this exploration, students find ways to make and share wishes/hopes/ideas to celebrate the earth and its future by making, sharing, and writing to trees.
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