On March 15, bloggers from across the nation began sharing #Blog4NWP posts with staff from the U.S. DOE and the President of the United States about the importance of the National Writing Project to educators and the young people they serve. As of 10 p.m. on April 7, 340 posts had been published at the … Continue reading
In the world of art and design, white space = negative space. Artists value both positive and negative space as they fill their canvases. Graphic designers position color, text, and image, with uncluttered care, in white space. Sumi-e artists entice the viewer’s imagination through suggestions of ink floating in white space.
It’s been a week since attending EduCon 2.3 and I’ve been reflecting on takeaways from the process of being present before, during, and after the conference. First, I thank the SLA team for their hard work in putting together an opportunity for educators to gather from all over, either face to face or virtually, and … Continue reading