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Greig Roselli
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I’m an educator and writer, born in NOLA, and I live in NYC. Writer’s blog: stonesoferasmus.com
I’m an educator and writer, born in NOLA, and I live in NYC. Writer’s blog: stonesoferasmus.com

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If you feel like teaching philosophy to your middle and high school students, just to let you know, I am building a ton of resources. Get your first three, YAYAYAY.
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Teaching: 5 Middle and High School Lesson Plans You Can Use in Your Classroom (Right Now)
Hallelujah! Look at Some New Stuff I Created: A suite of lessons in a series I am creating called Philosophy in the Classroom and some gnarly lesson plans I am making about an American Girl living in China in the 1920s - it's called Homesick: My Own Story b...
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On Carnival Wins, the Ephemeral Nature of Childhood Toys, and Short-Term Goals: It ain't pretty!
Who can relate? I can! I sometimes wish I could pull a tape of tickets out of a machine and win. Win big. Don't you? It's an analogy. The analogy is something like this. Just like playing games at the arcade hall will garner you tickets (that win big!), onc...
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Video Repost: Braden Gives His Bubblegum Book Report in Season One of the Mickey Mouse Club Reboot (in the 1990s)
I was never a fan of the Mickey Mouse Club reboot on the Disney Channel - mainly, because I am not sure if we had the Disney Channel in my house or not (I honestly cannot remember). However, I came upon this trite little gem - it's a cute little skit - and ...
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Teacher Rant: Uncanny Moment Grading Papers (Or, Why it is Unsettling Reading Final Exam Essays)
It's slightly unsettling to grade students' final exams and to read their answers to the essay questions. Some of the students have their own voice and I can tell they understand the question through their own mastery of the concepts. Stellar work, I say, a...
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Movie Review: Imaginary Heroes (2004)
Emile Hirsch is an actor in Dan Harris film Imaginary Heroes             It may seem redundant that there is another film out there about the dark underbelly of suburbia, but Dan Harris (who wrote and directed the film at the age of 24) proves that you cann...
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There is nothing like sharing embarrasing family photos on social media - especially for Christmas. Here's an oldie but goodie from the vault.
Run for Your Life!
Run for Your Life!
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Do you want to teach some William Blake to high school students? I got you. :/)
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Compare and Contrast: How the Song "Teenage Dirtbag" was made into a Choir Version to Advance a Documentary on Bullying in American Schools
It's a rather heteronormative narrative - but I have a crush on this song - maybe because the song talks about "getting into tube socks" and references "Iron Maiden" - and its an elegy to unrequited love - with a twist at the end. This is to all the teenage...
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