Beyond the Book Club: Info-circles in Ancient Roman Studies by Jane MacMillan & Christy Rollo

Jane MacMillan is a lover of all things literacy and enjoys sharing her passion for literature both with her students at school and at home with her three children. Christy Rollo knew she wanted to be a teacher from the moment she taught her brother how to tie his shoe laces. She is now having […]

Teacher in Play: The Invitation of Performative Inquiry by Lynn Fels

Lynn Fels is Assistant Professor at SFU. Her research interests are performance and technology, performative inquiry, and teacher education. She and co-author George Belliveau recently published Exploring Curriculum: Performative Inquiry, Role Drama, and Learning. The story that follows was told to me by a colleague of a grade twelve English teacher who had taken his […]

Student Cover Art: Darkness by Joanne Panas

Joanne Panas is a coeditor of English Practice. She teaches English part-time at McRoberts Secondary in Richmond, and is pursuing writing, her other passion, on her so-called¬†days off.”¬† The cover art for this issue is a piece by one of my English 11 students, Rachel Yang. It was part of a unit we did this […]

Editorial: There Will Be Time by Matt Rosati

Matt Rosati has been teaching English and Social Studies for 14 years and is an English department head in SD42, Maple Ridge.This is his first journal as a new co-editor. I finally got started. My wife has been asking me to prepare the baby’s room for some time. Pulling down wallpaper, drywall repair, sanding, painting, […]

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