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Looking Beyond the Surface: Examining Why We Read What We Read

Heinemann Fellow, Julie Kwon Jee, works to bring diverse voices into our classrooms through literature and in the process is reminded why it is necessary.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Reflecting on Diversity in High School and in College with Heinemann Fellow Julie Kwon Jee

In today’s episode, Julie is joined by some of her former students who have since entered college.  (continue reading)

We Are What We Read: The Quest to Expand Our Identities as Readers

Heinemann fellow Julie Kwon Jee has this question: In what ways does a continuous exploration of identity via literature and personal reflection increase engagement and encourage students to become active participants in choosing the books they read both inside and outside their classrooms?  (continue reading)

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