(photo: Alice Lesnick)
You can use these workbook pieces to think through and (p)re-visit the Breaking pieces . They provide ideas of ways to catalyze your and/or your students' own writing, creating/artmaking, and breaking . . . and/or to offer writers/artists feedback on their work/enter into dialogue with them.
You may also submit  new prompts, catalyzing agents, queries, ways out, ways in . . .
General entry questions, quotes, and provocations for beginning disruption -- please feel to add to these. Their purpose is to invite visions and revisions -- re-mappings, new or dissolved boundaries, sudden illuminations. . . They aim to help create meaning, dialogue, new fragments and new [re]compositions.
Piece-Specific Breaking Prompts
Click on a given link below to find--and if you like, add--prompts for further writing, thinking, and creating that take-off from a specific piece.
Workbooked: Learning from Extinctions . . . and Life , Paul Grobstein
Workbooked: 4-Panel Image Sequence , Elizabeth Catanese
Workbooked: Breaking: A Life Story in 10 Fragments , Anne Dalke
Workbooked: Truth and Power in Education , Bharath Vallabha