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Writing on the Walls By Student Press Initiative
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Take A Position, Create A Vision By Student Press Initiative
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The election of America’s first African American president prompted 11th grade English classes at Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High School to realize that a clear vision combined with... More > the right words and images could influence and inspire profound change. Tapping into their passions and utilizing cutting edge computer software, these students exercised their freedom of speech to create profound political posters and write persuasive speeches. The range of issues they chose is remarkable; the student-writers of Take a Position, Create a Vision return us to democracy.< Less
The Truth Unfolded By Student Press Initiative
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...That is certainly the case for these 10th graders as they explored, through Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, the trials in their own lives and in the world around them. Ultimately, the... More > purpose of this yearlong project was for students to explore how writing about literature and our own experiences can help us to gain a deeper understanding of a text and of ourselves. Not only did these students accomplish this goal, they also learned that writing about literature can inform and instruct other students as well. The Truth Unfolded: Young Writers Explore the Crucible invited students to incorporate their thoughts and personally challenging experiences into academic yet reflective essays written in the hopes of helping other students in their study of The Crucible and other teachers in their teaching of it.< Less
Our Mosaics: Stories of Community, Culture, and Self By Student Press Initiative
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Our Mosaics: Stories of Community, Culture, and Self - Personal Narratives from the 4th and 5th grade students at New York City's PS 175, PS 154, PS 115, PS 161 - A collaboration between the... More > Office of School and Community Partnerships and the Student Press Initiative at Teachers College Columbia University. - This mosaic of stories offers the creative and real life experiences of fourth and fifth graders from four schools in the Harlem area of New York City. The writers of these stories are young and vibrant and with their words they transport us to a place inside ourselves—a place where we can see the world we traverse through their inquisitive and sincere eyes. This view they share with us allows us to set aside our burdens for a while and see only the beauty and joy they offer, and in doing so these young writers bind us together to form a rich humanity that is present in all of us.< Less
Goldie Anna Awards for Excellence in Education By Student Press Initiative
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Speaking Worlds 5 By Student Press Initiative
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Speaking Worlds 5 is born from the continued collaboration between the Student Press Initiative (SPI) at Teachers College, Columbia University and the District 79’s GED Plus ESL programs in the... More > New York City Department of Education. Most of the authors who share their stories in this collection are new immigrants to the USA. They are emerging English speakers and range in ages 17-21. This year the countries represented here are from the South Americas and Sub-Saharan Africa. The spectacular work you’ll find in this collection stems from not only the students’ determination to challenge themselves to tell their stories, but also to hone their written skills, to tell deeper and stronger stories in a new language, and to collaboratively revise, edit and transform their words into publishable narratives.< Less
Goldie Anna Awards for Excellence in Education By Student Press Initiative
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Glimpse: Profiles of Educators By Student Press Initiative
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A Collection of Profiles of Educators Written by Graduate Students at Teachers College, Columbia University The Profiles of Educators Series is a biannual project culminating from a Teaching of... More > Writing course taught by Erick Gordon at Teachers College. Graduate students in this course study the methods of teaching writing for publication by publishing themselves. The collection offers a glimpse into the lives of outstanding educators ranging from college professors to yoga instructors, each bound by their desire to partake in a journey of teaching and learning.< Less
Profiling the Silent Struggle: (Re)claiming Our Human Rights By Student Press Initiative
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