March to the Past (Chasing Content)

vLet’s March into a new month by looking back at what was going on last year at this time right here on Silent Cacophony.

Read all of the posts from last March

or just these highlights . . .

How I Feel Doing Midnight Radio

This comic by Ehud Lavski and Yael Nathan is absolutely brilliant and it’s exactly how I feel about doing my radio show.

The Gift Must Always Move

The First Nations’ people have a great concept of gift-giving. This story clears up the misconception of an “Indian Giver” too.

Look At Me – Making Our Students Visible

Our students need to see themselves reflected in the texts that we have available in the classroom. It might take a little bit of work to build a diverse classroom library, but it is worth it.

A Novel of Scribbled Notes 

This novel takes place entirely on the refrigerator door with notes that family members leave for each other. The concept pulled me in and the story kept me engaged.

Thanks for Chasing Content with me! 

Click the links above to explore theses great posts that otherwise might get lost in the archive. Thanks for being on this journey with me.

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