Just in time for Teacher Appreciation Week, SEED Co-director and English teacher Emily Style's latest article, "Curriculum as Encounter: Selves and Shelves," has appeared in the May issue of English Journal (available to NCTE members only). The piece extends her previous articles on "Curriculum as Window and Mirror" and "Resources and Strategies for Doing Window and Mirror Curriculum Work."
SEED Co-director Emily Style wrote "Curriculum as Window and Mirror" in 1988, shortly after she and SEED Founder Peggy McIntosh held the first week-long summer workshop of what would become SEED. It has remained a key piece that informs the work of SEED leaders ever since. Read it for the first time, or reread it to see what resonates with you now.
SEED Co-director Brenda Flyswithhawks' inspiring article about her classroom practice, "The Process of Knowing and Learning," has long informed SEED work and many of the interactive exercises done at New Leaders' Week and local teacher- and parent-led SEED seminars.