Posts Tagged ‘storytelling’

One way to out-hype the scandelous

On the day the 2012 National Teacher of the Year was announced in Washington D.C., a local TV station led off its broadcast describing how a teacher had been fired for shooting off a cap gun in the classroom. [pullquote]“When I saw that, I knew it couldn’t get more obvious that educators can’t rely on…

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Glee — A real world version

I love the dramedy Glee. A bit of Broadway. Lots of pop music. It’s free on TV. Now, that’s entertainment! Glee also connects with me because it’s about a high school show choir with complex characters that take their differences in stride and make beautiful music together. Believe it or not, I discovered a real world…

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