Rose recounts her experience on September 11 while being the teacher of an eleventh grade class. This essay demonstrates a teacher's need to be a leader and caregiver in the face of disaster, and subsequently allow for reflection and processing of emotions. Initially, her job stifled her own emotional response to the attack, but she was eventually able to use curriculum and creativity in the classroom to help herself and her students engage and reflect on their experiences.
Rose, M. (2003). A Story to Tell. Occasional Paper Series, 2003 (11). Retrieved from https://educate.bankstreet.edu/occasional-paper-series/vol2003/iss11/3