Making Curriculum Pop

MC POP'S LIVING GALLERY

You have come across MC POP's gallery space. This is a living exhibit where we showcase interesting resources, events, tools and organizations that have a relationship to MC POP. Feel free to explore!

THE MC POP PLAYLIST
This is the most popular page in all of MC POP as it collects all the original Learning Experience Organizers (LEOs©) created by Ryan as well as some of the coolest works created by MC POPPERS. A majority of these LEOs© are designed for "universal" K-College use.

WEEK IN REVIEW
Starting September 2018 we're working to make all the week in review archives public. Click HERE to get samples of weekly sharing and discusison here at #mcpop.

TEACH, THINK, PLAY CONFERENCE
From 2007-2009 Teach, Think, Play was a unique event focused on teaching with popular culture at Teachers College Columbia University in New York City. We have archived three years of photos, videos and projects from this exciting learning event for you to explore!

TIDE SHOWCASE
The DuPage County IL Regional Office of Education offers Teacher Inservice for DuPage Educators (TIDE) in partnership with National-Louis University, Benedictine University and Aurora University. Ryan and Nicole have been teaching graduate education courses through TIDE since 2004. In the summer of 2010 we have started archiving teacher created final assessments so they can be shared with the MC POP community.

WORKSHOPS
Here are special collections of resources based on Professional Development events Ryan gives in the field.
July 30, 2013 "What's so Different About Peace, Love and Differentiation" North Dakota Council of Teachers of English - Bismark, ND

The following links are UNDER CONSTRUCTION


MONSTERS OF POP
AUTHORS & ARTISTS

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Comment by Katherine Bolman, PhD on October 18, 2010 at 5:53pm
Libbie, My site is not quite ready yet and I would like it if you could use any of the work I have done. being concerned about Art History becoming lost I went back to school to learn web design so that I could create an art history site that is art around the world. I want the tone to be something of a walk about. There are a lot of images collected under each micro lesson. I think that literature and history teachers could use the information and images. The site is working on Early Civilizations. Prehistoric Art and Early Villages are done for now.

The Url is www.ahaafoundation.org If you click on Meet Katherine you can learn about me.
Take a look and let me know what you think the site as it stands now.

I would love to collaborate with younger folk to make the site pop.

Aloha,
Katherine
Comment by Libbie Royko on July 10, 2010 at 5:23pm
Is this an appropriate place to talk about novel sharing/trading? I have a few class sets of novels that I don't use anymore. Levels range from 5th grade through 9th grade. Thanks.

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