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Folger edu-blog

The Folger Shakespeare Library’s education blog, Making a Scene: Shakespeare in the Classroom, is a rich resource for every Shakespeare-lover. In his November 13 post, “Folger Education at NCTE“, Folger’s Senior Consultant for National Education Mike LoMonico laid out a fabulous list of Folger offerings highlighted by Folger staff at the National Council of Teachers of English 2009 convention held in Philadelphia last month.

Among the Folger offerings, LoMonico said:

. . . We will be showing off our new Teacher Toolkit and its contents which includes two DVDs, a 2GB USB flash drive with podcasts, videos, images from our collection, and lots of handouts and edited scenes. We will also be answering all of your questions about Institutes, Workshops, and the rest of our resources.

The NCTE serves all levels of students — elementary through college, and would be a good partner in the Shakespeare authorship endeavor. Their 2010 annual convention will be held Nov. 18-23 in Orlando, Florida. Deadline for proposals submitted electronically is Jan. 20, 2010.

Sources:
http://folgereducation.wordpress.com/2009/11/13/folger-education-at-ncte/http://www.ncte.org/annual