On this week’s episode, Haley Futch talks to us about the importance of fan fiction, friendship, and being a good teacher.
How does “Harry Potter” help us develop empathy, find our voices, and be better teachers? M’Balia Thomas, Rafael Carneiro, and Amy Quirin discuss crossing borders in education on Episode 30 of “Reading, Writing, Rowling”.
Lower-level readers sometimes need a little extra support to become engaged with the “Harry Potter” series. Here are our suggestions on how to provide it.
Rereading the series as an educator reveals how much Rowling got right about teaching. This shouldn’t be a surprise since she was a teacher herself.
I was eager to create a “Harry Potter”-inspired classroom when I became a teacher. I realized this was not possible when I learned more about my students.
J.K. Rowling memes are starting to get out of hand. Will the next generation refuse to read “Potter” based on unreliable, preconceived notions?
Students at Edmonton Sweet Grass School built a magical replica of Hogwarts Castle in their classroom, and it has become recess’s main attraction.
Are you having trouble getting the children in your life interested in “Harry Potter”? Look no further!