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Boothbay Harbor Literacy Retreat

I’ve just completed a three day literacy retreat led by the incomparable Kylene Beers and Robert Probst, assisted by Linda Rief, Penny Kittle, Donalyn Miller, Chris Crutcher, and Lester Laminack.  Here’s my contribution, and tribute, to these wonderful educators:     The Smartest Person in the Room is . . . the Room   There is an essay in Lewis Thomas’s Lives of a Cell entitled “Living Language.” Thomas begins this […]

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