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The Moon Is Especially Full: Notes On Poetry, Teaching, Tests, And [Autistic] Intelligence, Chris Martin Dec 2019

The Moon Is Especially Full: Notes On Poetry, Teaching, Tests, And [Autistic] Intelligence, Chris Martin

Ought: The Journal of Autistic Culture

This essay explores the ways in which poetry can help autistic students utilize creative expression and develop tools for self-advocacy.


Midwestern Writers Need Midwestern Historians, Bonnie Jo Campbell Nov 2018

Midwestern Writers Need Midwestern Historians, Bonnie Jo Campbell

Studies in Midwestern History

These remarks were given on a plenary panel titled "Writing on the Midwest," held at the Fourth Annual Midwestern History Conference in Grand Rapids on June 6, 2018. Bonnie Jo Campbell received her MFA in creative writing from Western Michigan University. Her 2009 book, American Salvage, published by Wayne State University Press, was a finalist in fiction for both the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award.


Chapter 1: Anatomy And Physiology Of The Speech Mechanism & Features Of The Human Body, Liv Baker May 2018

Chapter 1: Anatomy And Physiology Of The Speech Mechanism & Features Of The Human Body, Liv Baker

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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If I Was In Love With My Sugar Mama, Cullen Dunning May 2018

If I Was In Love With My Sugar Mama, Cullen Dunning

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Magic 8-Ball, Emily Rose Doran May 2018

Magic 8-Ball, Emily Rose Doran

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Carnivorous, Emily Ferrera May 2018

Carnivorous, Emily Ferrera

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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My Future In Past Lives As Told By Tarot Cards On A Tuesday Night, Haley Wagner May 2018

My Future In Past Lives As Told By Tarot Cards On A Tuesday Night, Haley Wagner

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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The First Time I Met Danny, Liv Baker May 2018

The First Time I Met Danny, Liv Baker

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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In Bio 325, Anne Livingston May 2018

In Bio 325, Anne Livingston

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Char, Michelle Tiesma May 2018

Char, Michelle Tiesma

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Contemplative Thoughts About The Intimacy Of Physics, Ashley Benedict May 2018

Contemplative Thoughts About The Intimacy Of Physics, Ashley Benedict

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Impermanence, Jennalyn Stull May 2018

Impermanence, Jennalyn Stull

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Alcoholism And Oil Deficiencies, Or Hydrocarbons: An Essay About Breaking Down, Schyler Perkins May 2018

Alcoholism And Oil Deficiencies, Or Hydrocarbons: An Essay About Breaking Down, Schyler Perkins

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Photosynthesis: A Process By Which, Emily Zerrenner May 2018

Photosynthesis: A Process By Which, Emily Zerrenner

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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The Places We Call Home, Jacob Marion Van Singel May 2018

The Places We Call Home, Jacob Marion Van Singel

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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When It Rains, Water Pools Above The Cracks In The Sidewalk, Kyle Flannery May 2018

When It Rains, Water Pools Above The Cracks In The Sidewalk, Kyle Flannery

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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An Ode To Best Friends, Lamont Arrington May 2018

An Ode To Best Friends, Lamont Arrington

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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It's A Boy, Annelise Trout May 2018

It's A Boy, Annelise Trout

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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Is A 7-Year-Old Too Young For A Funeral?, Mikaela Westrick May 2018

Is A 7-Year-Old Too Young For A Funeral?, Mikaela Westrick

Fishladder: A Student Journal of Art and Writing

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A Wood Comes Toward Dunsinane: The Synthesis Of Traditional And Constructivist Methodologies, Randall L. Kaplan May 2017

A Wood Comes Toward Dunsinane: The Synthesis Of Traditional And Constructivist Methodologies, Randall L. Kaplan

Language Arts Journal of Michigan

Education professionals now favor Constructivist and project-based strategies for learning over Traditional methods, which include such frowned upon practices as rote memorization and recitation. The Constructivist approach is being taken to its natural apex by educators like Larry Rosenstock who have created Constructivist utopias such as High Tech High in San Diego, the school put under the microscope in the 2015 documentary film Most Likely to Succeed. Project-based, experiential units of study are effective, exciting, and edifying for both students and teachers. They promise to prepare students for the type of world they will inhabit, a world whose economy will ...