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Listen to our visit with Anne Whitney, Colleen McCracken, and Deana Washell who discuss their work with elementary school writers and their new book Teaching Writers to Reflect: Strategies for a More Thoughtful Writing Workshop.
The Ways Poetry can Improve Your Prose
In honor of National Poetry Month and Poem In Your Pocket Day, here are Grant Faulkner’s 10 reasons prose writers should read — and hopefully write — poetry.Read more
Wash Your Hands: Navigating Grief and Uncertainty in the Time of the Pandemic
Linda Christensen shares a method for reading and dissecting a poem as a group, then using that as a jumping off place for their own writing. Originally published during the COVID-19 lockdown of 2020, Christensen also highlights the importance of centering the learner in the lesson, something that will always be relevant.Read more
Poetry and Science: Two Great Things that Go Great Together
Like peanut butter and chocolate, science and poetry are two great things that go great together, an idea that has been celebrated since 2017 by The Universe in Verse.Read more