For those of you who were wondering what the heck I’m focusing on in grad school, here is a quick 3-minute explanation of my Master’s thesis from my time at Baylor entitled: Why the Social Studies Need Her Poets: A Case for Spoken Word Poetry in the Social Studies Classroom. I know that as I embark… Continue reading Why the Social Studies Needs Her Poets
In Nuclear Impact: Broken Atoms in Our Hands is the symphonic voices of 163 poets living throughout the United States and world, in places such as India, Britain, Ireland, Canada, Philippines, Japan, South Africa, Guam, Singapore, Poland, Australia, France, Vietnam, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, Germany, China and Pakistan, on the impact of nuclear power and warfare on human life and the planet.
Originally posted on Miss Bagwell's Class:
1. It teaches my students the things that I can’t. Thanks to TED, you literally have the top mentors in the world at your fingertips. In English, we are learning about how our relationships with others impacts our identity? Great. Let’s bring in Brené Brown and her talk on the…
I was approached last spring by the Dallas Museum of Art with the task of writing a spoken word piece in a Pecha Kucha format. The goal was to write 20 short poems based on 20 pieces of art in the DMA’s summer exhibits and string them together into one (somewhat coherent) spoken word piece. It… Continue reading The Art of Pecha Kucha 20 X 20
I recently had the honor of writing a spoken word piece for the Antioch Community Church’s Women’s Conference. My hope in writing this piece is that women will be inspired. As women, we are more than our to-do list and more than our daily routines. We were created with a purpose and a passion unique… Continue reading You Are More.
I am so fired up to be the feature in What If? Magazine’s November issue! Here are some of the details: Who: What If? Media is an organization with the the mission to bring news, information, and entertainment to our world-wide community by broadening the general understanding of holistic concepts, providing a forum for the… Continue reading What If?