Posts by Theo Wells-Spackman

Final Post: Thank you

What’s the Story? has been ( I will just plainly say it) the most beneficial class I have ever taken....

March Retreat- A Whole New Perspective, or, A Changed Life

In my life, the life of Theo Wells-Spackman, a 9th grader from Middlebury, there have been numerous educational experiences. Most...

A Self-fulfilling Prophecy, Otherwise Entitled the Sue Minter Chapter.

So, here we are. The end of filming. The beginning of the next stage of change. We are so grateful...

Thus Far: Productivity, Sacrifice, and One Cohesive Unit.

This past few weeks, we have been extremely productive and prolific in the collecting of footage. This is in part...

One Aloof, Stand Forever

I. The Maimed Harmonic From within uncover’d yet restrained Strains thee, the silent melody which shakes The sullen trees. And...

Bite-Sized Pieces and the Snapchat Syndrome

Thus far, we have created a survey that has been circulated around the school about perception of gender bias and...

#9 I learn enough about gender to know I’m a complete ignoramus.

When I arrived  here yesterday (which seems like years ago now) with a carfull of people: I was both excited...

#8 The Plan

There are several main topics of my plan  that I would like to address:   I hope that I can...

#7 Change is the Whole Point of the Story

My topic of gender inequality is extremely important because over half of the United states population is being unfairly treated....

#6 Mind Maps Lead Me Places

I have organized my very broad topic of gender inequality into several main branches relating to my previous post. It...

#5: Gender and Transgender Inequality. Otherwise known as “the Straight Pride Effect”

#5 Gender and Transgender Inequality. Otherwise known as “the Straight Pride Effect”   I have decided to shift my topic...

#4 Personal Understanding

         This week I have broadened my topic to better suit the field of research: how are...

#3 “Gender Stereotypes”. Otherwise Entitled “The Dumbest Thing in the World”

I have decided to pursue the topic  of gender stereotypes as a preliminary field of research. I have interviewed three...

#1: Peace and Writing in a High-Ceilinged Room

This morning was a time of peaceful self-contemplation for me and a group of my peers who are lucky enough...

#2: “girls rule, boys drool”. Otherwise entitled “girly screams”.

I am not entirely sure what  topic I want to research, but I do have several ideas. First of all...

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