Meet the Rogues: A Group of Star Wars Educators from Star Wars in the Classroom

Meet the Rogues: A Group of Star Wars Educators from Star Wars in the Classroom

The Rogues

The good folks at Star Wars in the Classroom have developed a new and exciting network of educators who use Star Wars in their classrooms to promote new ways of looking at their pedagogy. This is the teaching network that Star Wars educators have been looking for! From the website:

The Rogues are an elite group of educators who seek to make learning more fun and exciting by integrating the Star Wars saga into their curriculum. We call ourselves the Rogues because we break traditional education protocol to bring Star Wars and learning together.

I was honored to be asked to be a member of the Rogues, and took on the call sign Blue Leader. If you are a prospective educator that would like to be a member of the Rogues, click here to sign up and learn more!

What is the Rogues Program?

List of Current Rogues

Dan Z’s Rogue Leader Page

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  1. jaymo2yp
    April 22, 2014 at 19:11 Reply

    I am officially a Rogue! Call sign: Rogue 7!

  2. Dan Z & Cory Clubb
    April 23, 2014 at 08:32 Reply

    That is fantastic! Welcome, Rogue 7!
    Dan Z

  3. Craig Dickinson
    April 23, 2014 at 22:08 Reply

    Rogue 3 standing by.

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Dan Zehr is the Host and Brand Director of the Star Wars podcast Coffee With Kenobi and is the co-author of The Star Wars Book. He is a Feature Blog Contributor for, as well as a writer for IGN, and is a prominent influencer in Star Wars fandom. He is also a prolific high school educator, who teaches Literature and Composition, and has a Master's Degree in Teaching and Learning. His work combining Star Wars and education garnered him a role in the Target Rogue One: A Star Wars Story commercial, as well as feature profiles in the Chicago Tribune, Illinois State University's Statewide Standard, and the Peoria Journal Star. He has also been interviewed in Good Morning, America, the HuffPost, Forbes, and Bloomberg. He resides in Illinois with his wife and three boys.

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