Lessons from Shakespeare's Classroom

With lyricism and wit, Robin Lithgow takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the classrooms that cultivated Shakespeare and his generation of genius. Published by Routledge, Dec. 2022

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...we have wandered far afield of the core purpose of education, which, yet again, is for the benefit of the commonwealth: the training up of citizens with the courage to think creatively and critically, to problem solve, and to exhibit what the famous 16th-century pedagogue, Richard Mulcaster, would have called good behavior and audacity.

Arts, Evaluation and Assessment

Book Chapter, A Step In the Right Direction: Early Lessons from a Longitudinal Study of Dance Education as a Developmental Catalyst. Published in 2017 by Palgrave McMillan in Arts Evaluation and Assessment: Measuring Impact in Schools and Communities (Rajan R., Chand-O’Neal I., ed.)

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