June 2013

Never Underestimate the Value of Relationships

Cosby Hunt, Inspired Teaching’s Manager of Teaching and Learning, recently had the opportunity to give a speech with one of his former students. It reminded him of the importance that Inspired Teaching places on relationships.

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Stanford University Praises “Exemplary” BLISS Module

At the June 2013 Literacy Design Collaborative convening, Inspired Teaching's middle school lesson module, "Three Religions, One Sacred Place," was recognized as "exemplary" by a jurying committee from the Stanford University Center for Assessment, Learning, and Equity.

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Thank you for helping Inspired Teaching “Do More.”

Thank you to everyone who gave, shared, and encouraged others to support Inspired Teaching through the "Do More 24" campaign. Your enthusiasm and generosity enabled us to raise hundreds of dollars in less than 48 hours in support of our innovative teacher training.

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Incentivizing Change in Education

Education leaders and philanthropists both play a key role in determining the context in which students learn, and in determining the context in which teachers are introduced to education reform initiatives.

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Support Inspired Teaching: DoMore24 on June 6

What does it take  to support teachers in their transition from information providers to Instigators of Thought? To transform learning environments from teacher- to student-centered? To create rigorous, inquiry-based learning opportunities? A lot of innovative teacher training centered on the most effective teaching strategies.

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