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dh-cermeno's picture
Jan.30.2011
  Rising Sunsets is an enlightening journey through the mind of David Fletcher, a bright and ambitious young man who is determined to conquer the world and prove his unsupportive father wrong.  When reality strikes and nothing works out as expected, an unusual opportunity to go to Japan to teach...
ammy-achenbach's picture
Jul.06.2010
This poem examines the struggles of teachers as they attempt to impart knowledge onto students.
sonya-huber's picture
May.09.2010
The "Backwards" Research Guide for Writers: Using Your Life for Reflection, Connection and Inspiration demystifies the writing process by inviting writers of all levels to focus on their passions, questions, and obsessions as the key to generating seeds for further exploration of the...
barri-l-bumgarner's picture
Oct.28.2009
“When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.”—Lao Tzu  But is the teacher ready? That’s the question that haunts every teacher that fateful first day in the classroom. Making it through that day and the 179 school days that follow is how every career in education—and lifelong learning—...
stephanie-heuer's picture
Jun.29.2009
Stephanie Heuer was inspired to create the Somebody/Nobody book after attending a Human Dignity conference in Paris, in 2004. She was technology instructor at a elementary school and had witness the how difficult school life can be for some of the students, the negative and positive interactions,...
marianne-k-martin's picture
Mar.09.2009
Dedication. Passion. Commitment. Best friends, Jean and Shayna, have each constructed their lives carefully. Jean Carson is that special teacher, the one who makes a difference to her students. Attorney Shayna Bradley is driven heart and soul by a profound and deeply personal sense of justice to...
dominique-ulma's picture
Feb.28.2009
Dans toutes les écoles d'Europe, les enfants lisent de la littérature, incités par leurs enseignants, les manuels et dans certains pays les programmes. Pourquoi lit-on de la littérature à l'école ? Quelle est cette littérature véhiculée par l'école ? Ce patrimoine culturel institutionnalisé...
dominique-ulma's picture
Nov.04.2008
De nos jours, l'école est confrontée à de nouveaux défis : former des citoyens européens plurilingues, et aussi intégrer des élèves dont le français n'est pas la langue maternelle. Fidèle à la tradition républicaine du monolinguisme, l'école française ne répond pas à la complexité des situations...