Tag Archives: Hannah

Dance Dance Dance! (hannah)

Dancing is the most reliably joyful, fun, expressive, ecstatic form of movement I’ve discovered in the world so far. For this class, I will send y’all a curated spotify playlist before each class that we will play synchronously and loudly in our own homes and dance together at the same time while on zoom. It will be a workout – I will lead each class through a mix of aerobic exercise and free dancing.

Short Story Exploration (hannah)

In this class, we will explore the power and process of short story reading and writing. We will read stories by a range of authors including Alice Walker, Roald Dahl, Langston Hughes, Gabriel García Márquez, Neil Gaiman, Amy Tan, and Chinua Achebe. We will analyze the anatomy of  a great short story and practice writing some of our own.

Protest Writing, Continued (hannah)

Note: This class is open to high school students only.

This is a continuation of the Fall Term class. In Winter Term, we will finish Your Heart is a Muscle the Size of a Fist and begin Persepolis. We will learn more about the current state of protest in the USA and abroad. We will write a variety of things, including poetry and the classic 5-Paragraph Essay, and engage in socratic seminars to discuss what we learn.

Required texts/materials: The two books from Fall Term. If you want to take this class but didn't take it in Fall Term, let's talk.

MS Ecology (hannah)

Note: This class is open to middle school students only.

Let’s take a closer look at the evolution of life on Earth. In this class, we will learn about Earth’s biomes, ecosystems, and biogeochemical cycles, expanding our understanding of how all things are interconnected. You can look forward to spending time outside and creating a model of a cell! 

HS Ecology (hannah)

Note: This class is open to high school students only.

Let’s take a closer look at the evolution of life on Earth. In this class, we will learn about Earth’s biomes, ecosystems, and biogeochemical cycles, expanding our understanding of how all things are interconnected. You can look forward to spending time outside and creating a model of a cell!