Monthly Archives: July 2013

Interrogating Representations of Disability in Disney: “Part of Your World” & The Lion King

Last year, I led my students through a “Disability in America” module that asked them to critically analyze representations of disability in media (ads, PSAs, film clips) and in John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men. What I liked about this … Continue reading

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Teachers as Writers: Opportunities

If you’re a teacher who is interested in sharing your ideas with a wider audience, here are a few publications that accept submissions for lesson plans and short articles: Teaching Tolerance: Accepts pitches for articles, blog posts and individual lessons … Continue reading

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Workcation

Something that I like about the teaching profession is that we have time during the summer to do research, to reflect, and to plan for (and get excited about) the year ahead. This kind of life and intellectual work outside … Continue reading

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