Pulitzer Prize-winning author of To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, delivers a new novel: Go Set a Watchman. Taking place 20 years after the events of TKAM, Go Set a Watchman looks at the characters of the world famous novel as they adjust to turbulent political events of mid-1950s America.
Movies cultivate empathy and foster new understandings of our world’s complexities. Are the resources in your collection relevant and engaging? Do they speak to the curriculum? What movies are staples of your library or classroom? What would you love to add to your collection this year?
Sometimes it's tough to be an adult. When tragic news hits, I often wish I could escape back to being a child. But then I worry about how children are perceiving some of the events of late. They need comfort, for certain. I think the solace of a good book is also helpful when dealing with tragedies.
Reflection is at the heart of professional development. That’s what leads to transformation as well as the opportunity to seek advice from peers, specialists and experts in the field. I’d love this article to be the catalyst for a conversation between peers, and a starting point for improvement.
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