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Traveling with Students on a Lifelong Haiku Journey

by Jeffrey Pflaum
Jeffrey Pflaum
Jeffrey Pflaum has been an inner-city elementary school teacher in Bedford-Stuyv
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on Friday, 13 December 2013
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Jeffrey Pflaum, blogger on BAM, is also hosting CREATIVELY SPEAKING on the network's new show, PULSE (category: "Classroom Innovation").  Please check out the 12-minute podcasts on creativity, creative thinking, EI, social-and-emotional learning, and more.   Traveling with Students on a Lifelong Haiku Journey “Education begins with poetry.” (Confucius)   You’ve done haiku with your kids?  You’re thinking of trying it out?  Poetry’s not your thing?  So why bother with something you are not really experienced in and risk a little embarrassment?  But many teachers try it, some even pr

Contemplation Writing: An Alternative to Journal Writing and Mindfulness Programs, Part 5, Themes from Student Contemplations

by Jeffrey Pflaum
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Jeffrey Pflaum has been an inner-city elementary school teacher in Bedford-Stuyv
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on Monday, 30 April 2012
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Contemplation Writing: An Alternative to Journal Writing and Mindfulness Programs Part 5: Themes from Student Contemplations The themes, plots, experiences, and stories of my students cover a wide range of everyday, real events, and also, surreal happenings that impact adolescent life.  The beauty of “Contemplation” or “Music” Writing is that it gives kids the freedom of expression that leads to self-discovery, self-motivation, and ultimately, self-education.  Their inner worlds are activated by the music and trigger the desire to write about whatever they experienced inside themselves

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