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Jonah Schultz

Jonah Schultz is an intern with Concordia Publishing House, studying Secondary Education English Language Arts at Concordia University Chicago. His favorite author is either Kurt Vonnegut or David Foster Wallace, and he maintains a slight obsession with fountain pens.

Recent Posts by Jonah Schultz

Lutheran Student Teaching: What’s the Central Focus?

In English classrooms, we function via ideas—we read, write, and speak about ideas, with ideas, for ideas, because of ideas. English nerds (myself especially) love ideas. The challenge we face as teachers is to train students and shape them into something cohesive—something focused.