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‘Read Brave’ Fosters Passionate Reading and Intergenerational Dialogue

Read Brave is a city-wide one book project in Saint Paul, Minnesota, facilitated by a small but passionate group from the Saint Paul Public Library’s Createch program, part of the YOUmedia Learning Labs Network. Marika Staloch, one of the facilitators, recently spoke with K-Fai Steele, of the YOUmedia Network and the National Writing Project. You can listen to the full interview below.

BREAK THE SUPER BOWL 2017: #WOMENNOTOBJECTS

For this year's Break the Super Bowl advertisement remixing event, The Lamp focused on the representation of women in partnership with the #WomenNotObjects campaign.

Teens at the Nexus of Fashion, Gaming, and Technology

A program based in Brooklyn, NY, makes learning enticing for teenagers, combining topics they might already know a thing or two about: fashion, technology, and video games. “Playable Fashion” began in 2012 as an afterschool program at the nonprofit art and technology studio Eyebeam. Today the teenage participants learn about electronics, coding, and “wearable technology” […]

Why the School Library Is the Perfect Place for Maker Education

Library makerspaces, including members of the YOUmedia Learning Labs Network, offer students a chance to design, tinker, and build critical thinking skills. “Libraries are all about inquiry,” says Valerie Jopeck, a former librarian and current education specialist for a large public school district in Virginia. But in this case, Jopeck is not talking about just […]

Spark an Interest; Ignite a Passion: Applications Now Being Accepted for the 2017 LRNG Innovators Challenge

LRNG Innovators is launching its third challenge, inviting educators to imagine engaging ways to help young people explore their interests, thereby igniting a passion that can lead to college, to a career, or having a positive impact in the community. We seek proposals for programs, curricula, or projects that actively help youth discover interests connecting the spheres of their lives, both in and out of school, and provide potential future opportunities.
 
 
 

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Fred Mindlin replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
"Lovely story, Margo. Lists seem to be one of our frequent metaphors for memory, with an old school…"
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Fred Mindlin replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
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Margo J. Moore replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
"I make lists on a daily basis. It is one of the reasons why I write!  I have also found lists…"
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Kevin Hodgson replied to Kim Douillard's discussion Weekly Photo Challenge: Up and Down in the group Photo Fridays 2.0
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Kevin Hodgson replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
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Jan Rog replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
"As I picture you as a teacher, I imagine a great deal of energy. If I may, you seem like Calvin and…"
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Jan Rog replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
"Ah, what a beautiful pathway. I imagine warm sunbeams and a soft breeze as you walk through those…"
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Jan Rog replied to Fred Mindlin's discussion Prompt #379: Lists in the group Writing Into the Week
"Hello from being away for a bit. Yes, I keep lists and usually create them over the weekend before…"
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