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How a Little Graphic Novel is Inspiring Teachers to Think

by Vicki Davis
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Josh Stumpenhorst has written a graphic novel, Drawn to Teach. Illustrated by, Trevor Guthke, these two educators have worked to simply explain some of the problems and challenges of teaching. As for me, I'm finding this book an easy and powerful read, perfect for my spring break reading. 😉

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About Josh Stumpenhorst (Bio as Submitted)

Josh is a Learning Commons Director at Lincoln Junior High in Naperville, IL. He oversees the library, video production lab, makerspace, wood shop, and digital fabrication lab.


Blog: joshstumpenhorst.com

Twitter: @stumpteacher

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