By Liz Walch When I was a kid, I loved watching Whose Line Is It Anyway?, the TV show where comedians performed on-the-spot skits, bits, gags, impressions, and songs. I may not have understood all of the grown-up humor, but the silliness and fast-paced jokes had me rolling on the

By Kim Korona and Kristina Hulvershorn Imagine a world where children learn to peacefully coexist with one another; a world where children learn to respect and honor the environment; a world where children learn to protect the myriad species with whom we share this planet. This is what youth will

Opinion or persuasive writing can be an excellent opportunity to teach about activism and real-world social justice issues in the classroom. This blog will provide you with ideas for how to modify your opinion-writing unit to include a social justice component, while meeting academic standards. Have Students Write About a