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End of January Blog Wrap-Up

Member Jessie Dorin addresses Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) in Wild Horses, Black Holes, and Original Medicine.

Member R. Joseph Rodríguez relays his lifetime fascination with the sciences and space and the influence of his fifth-grade teacher in Reaching for Space: The Science of Language Arts

Members Pamela J. Hickey and Vicki McQuitty discuss the articles in the January issue of English Journal: Writing Is Power.

Guest writers Rachel Hoogstraten, an English teacher, and Rachel Silverman, an art teacher, describe their integrated arts English course for ninth graders in Artglish.

In The Honesty of Sadness in Literature for Young People, Millie Davis features an exchange between Matt de la Peña and Kate DiCamillo in which they discuss addressing difficult subjects in youth literature.

Millie Davis highlights the work of Rochelle Gutierrez, whose scholarship focusing on equity issues in mathematics is under attack, in Social Justice as Target.

Lisa Fink continues her series with Taking English Journal into the Classroom and Taking English Leadership Quarterly into the Classroom.

Shalyn Getz lists the Top 10 Blogs from 2017 and shares educators’ favorite mentor texts for teaching argument writing in Mentor Texts for Teaching Argument Writing.