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Taylor Mali: Undivided Attention

Lesson Objective: NYC teacher-poet explores class distractions with lessons of their own
Inspiration / Experiential Learning

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Discussion and Supporting Materials

Thought starters

  1. Consider what Mr. Mali means when he says "who can teach when there are such lessons to be learned?
  2. " What is meant by "let me teach like a Steinway" and "let me teach like the new snow falling?
  3. "?

11 Comments

  • Private message to Margretta Williams
We think alike...scary thought! Thank you for this inspirational sharing.
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  • Private message to Vera Jones
Inspiring in words and tone
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  • Private message to maria c thomson
Wish I were his student!
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  • Private message to grace bollman
Beautiful! I love the melody of Taylor's words: how they rush you down the river of thought, dipping your toes in and spinning you around in the recesses of why you fell in love with teaching in the first place.
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  • Private message to Justin Elkins
Very inspiring!
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