Leslie Odom, Jr. and James Sampliner "Keep Breathing," Ingrid Michaelson – YouTube
Oh @leslieodomjr you made me cry. https://t.co/ZNKk3RGauE?ssr=true
An Open Call for Teacher Writers: Will You Join Us? | Moving Writers
An Open Call for Teacher Writers: Will You Join Us? https://t.co/FMcm26mINK #engchat #elachat #teachwriting https://t.co/9wjwn49CIJ
tags: engchat elachat teachwriting twitter
Ron Chernow on Washington and Hamilton · George Washington’s Mount Vernon
Author Ron Chernow shares his insights on the relationship between #GeorgeWashington and Alexander #Hamilton: https://t.co/RBseS2qRWo
tags: GeorgeWashington Hamilton twitter
In the Best Interest of Students | Stenhouse
We just posted the brand new study guide for @KellyGToGo’s book In The Best Interest of Students. Download it now! https://t.co/n5qUOgZA9n
Mackenzi Lee on Twitter: "Wondering if a book is magical realism? @LaAnnaMarie wrote a great post abt its roots & how culture is intertwined: https://t.co/JvUSlu4RS5"
Great read! https://t.co/9e7FsiHfrl
How Storytelling Works in the Brain and Why We Need Stories | Getting Smart
How Storytelling Works in the Brain and Why We Need Stories @Getting_Smart https://t.co/dRUdPcfH2o #stories #Story2
tags: stories Story2 twitter
Dahlia Adler on Twitter: "One more time for the night crowd – What We Aren't Talking About When We Talk About Feminism in YA: https://t.co/JuhFbjsqF8"
excellent post. a lot to carefully (and insistently) reflect on here. https://t.co/9VDXb83W2T
High Technology HS on Twitter: "These 4 Seniors rocked the MPR with their version of some Holiday favorites. https://t.co/KDorSuAaoc"
These 4 Seniors rocked the MPR with their version of some Holiday favorites. https://t.co/KDorSuAaoc
D211 Post | Fremd Science Teacher Uses Twitter to Expand Classroom Project
A6. Digital opportunities can create dialogue with experts. Here’s a great science example from @mr_graba https://t.co/5bKOpg6knZ #nctechat
tags: nctechat twitter
Why I Taught Myself to Procrastinate – The New York Times
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