I want to see others first and I want to see everyone for who they are and how they want to be seen.
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Pictures tell the story of a NYC public school that integrates social comprehension with literacy. At P.S. 59, identity, student voice, and activism are a part of school culture, and I’m honored to share it!
Whether students choose to express themselves in the form of writing prose, poetry or creating a video, the choice belongs to the writer.
“Did he read it yet?” Anxiously, I stared into my mother’s eyes as she stepped inside the house, closing the front door behind her. After a day of teaching elementary … Continue Reading Honoring Student Voice: Teaching Writing With a Social Justice Lens