"...a fabulous class! Hands down the best class I have taken, including those in my library master's program! Great discussions among class members that help us think about the importance of helping young people become readers!"
~Sue Knopp, Library Technology Educator, Doherty High School, Colorado Springs
"This class truly rejuvenated me! I have many new ideas, new authors, and even a new (to me!) genre to use in the classroom. Out of the 18 credits I have taken in the last four years this has (by far) been the most well-organized, most fun, and most valuable to me as an educator. "
~ Juliet Corbett, Middle School Language Arts (5-8), Art, and Physical Science Teacher, Park Falls, Wisconsin
"I appreciated being able to have real conversations about race, class, book banning, censorship, diversity, etc...Your class epitomizes that literacy can bring us together."
~ Wendy Smith, Academic Literacy Coach, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
"YA Literature allows you to build a solid classroom library that includes a variety of genres and styles to meet the interest of every type of reader. "
~ Carolyn Mertz, Menomonie Middle School, Menomonie, Wisconsin
"The most valuable things I gained through the course were new book titles, new ideas and new perspectives – this has probably been the most useful class I've ever taken! I also enjoyed the online format."
- Wendy K. Baldwin, M.A. English degree student, Nashville, Tennessee
"My students will benefit (even more than me) from all of this "exploration" as I will be book talking all of these books within the next month."
~ Evelyn Campbell, Middle School - Language Arts and World Geography Teacher, Dubai, United Arab Emirates