In praise of listening.
On communing with your surroundings as a writing approach.
Creative growth with Kostas Anagnopoulos.
Raising spirits and conjuring magic in the poetry classroom.
A window into The Poetry Studio and the new collection, Another World: Poetry and Art by Young People.
Two high school poetry workshops.
Finding creativity and connecting writing to the natural world.
Making memories vividly present with Mary Kinzie’s “First Passion.”
Writing poems about pandemic times.
A lesson plan for collaborative poems inspired by Aracelis Girmay.
A conversation with Aracelis Girmay on poetry, teaching, and picture books.
On balance, brevity, and powder days.
A poetry-inspired mural at Lea Elementary in West Philly.
Lesson plans, resources, interviews, and essays written by and about Latinx, Latin-American, and Hispanic writers.
Jayne Cortez’s poem “These New York City Pigeons” inspires student poems in this lesson plan from Joanna Fuhrman.
The teacher as writer.
Tools Gathered from Even-Odd Project Elevators
An Interview with Glynn Pogue
Lesson by Sheila Maldonado as told to Azka Anwar
Using Photographs to Take a Closer Look at Our Parents and Ourselves
Reading lists and resources for teaching LGBTQ+ texts in the classroom.
The names we are given, the names we give ourselves, the names society gives us, are powerful kindling for poetry.
A Lesson Plan for “Dream Poems”