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For those teaching Media and Lit or for those who want information on the topic, please visit my websites: NGO at the U.N.:…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ryan Goble Dec 7, 2011.

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New YA historical novel

Check out the beginning of my new YA historical novel, The Gift of Diamonds, a great teaching tool to learn more about Romania, the Holocaust, Communism, and Terrorism.

Posted on October 5, 2015 at 11:36am — 1 Comment

For Teaches of International Film please read:

Hi Teachers of International Film,

I am very interested in having teachers across the United States use my book, World Affairs in Foreign Films, and the multi-disciplinary pedagogy it describes.

If anyone is interested, please email me at


World Affairs in Foreign Films is a new type of book that uses Foreign Films to give

information about today’s geo-political hotspots.

McFarland Publisher’s brochure contains the…


Posted on November 7, 2011 at 10:38am

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At 12:31pm on November 3, 2011, Ryan Goble said…
At 12:31pm on November 3, 2011, Ryan Goble said…
Howdy Roberta!

Great to have you here!

Do consider joining the Media Specialist group - a good time will be had by all there (see the awful image I ended up using).

Or maybe some of the other related groups like Teach with the Moving Image, Adolescent Literature, Graphic Novels, New Media & Technology, Gaming or the related Media Education/Literacy group!

At the top of the group there should be an little + sign similar to the one in the Middle School group (image below) that says "+Join Middle School Group." Easy stuff.

Good Vibes,




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