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January 2014

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Learn more about the Inspired Teacher Certification Program

On Feburary 3, Inspired Teaching staff hosted a webinar for individuals interested in learning more about joining the 2014 cohort of Inspired Teaching Fellows.

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Aleta Margolis gives webinar as part of Brown University Alumni Association series

On January 15, Aleta Margolis presented a webinar entitled "Reforming Education as a Social Entrepreneur."

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All Students are Teachers. All Teachers are Students.

In this blog, 2013 Inspired Teaching Fellow Elizabeth McNamee shares how the Inspired Teacher Certification Program has prepared her to create meaningful learning experiences for her students.

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Indoor Ice Skating

In this blog, Laura McCarthy - a 2012 Inspired Teaching Fellow and early childhood teacher - shares how the Inspired Teacher Certification Program prepared her to be an effective and creative educator.

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Two Ellingtons and a King (or “What’s in a Name?” Part II)

Inspired Teaching's Cosby Hunt shares how his younger son's name reflects the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Duke Ellington, and the civil rights movement.

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New Years’ Resolutions

2012 Inspired Teaching Fellow Jenny Leehey shares what she's resolved to do this year in the classroom.

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On the wrong side of North Capitol Street

2013 Inspired Teaching Fellow Elizabeth McNamee reflects on the problem of education inequality and what she can do to make a difference.

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