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"We thought it would come, we thought the Germans would come, were almost certain they would. I was thirty-two, / the youngest assistant curator in the country. I had some good ideas in those days."
The Curator, by Miller Williams, is a poem that illustrates the keen value of the curator. It's a short story, that can be read in just 3 minutes, and which can provide a great metaphor to explain to others, emotionally, what the value of the curator, is all about.
Beautiful. Inspiring. 9/10
Read it now: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poem/176491
Reading time: 3' mins.
Thanks to Nancy White for helping me discover it.
Check her super-interesting article entitled "Students Curators: Powerful Learning" and her D20 Innovation blog.
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