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March 2015

Inspired Teaching hosts fellow LRNG Innovation Challenge winners

On March 28, Inspired Teaching hosted fellow winners of the national LRNG Innovation Challenge for an interactive exploration of the Mt. Zion cemetery in Georgetown.

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Imagination is a hard skill

Aleta Margolis, Inspired Teaching's Executive Director, writes about the need to incorporate imagination and serious play into all classrooms so that students can thrive.

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Partner Feature – The President Woodrow Wilson House

Center for Inspired Teaching is proud to partner with the President Woodrow Wilson House through the Real World History program.

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Engaging in Science and Engineering Practices

2014 SCALE Teacher Leader Patricia Odom, a science teacher at Kelly Miller Middle School (DCPS), shares how she incorporates the Next Generation Science & Engineering Practices in engaging, student-centered lessons to teach her students to think like scientists.

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Real World History students judge Deal Middle School History Day competition

On March 11, Real World History students served as judges at the Deal Middle School History Day competition. Real World History instructor, Inspired Teaching's Cosby Hunt, reflects on the experience.

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“A person’s a person, no matter how small.” – Dr. Seuss

Inspired Teaching's Jessica Hiltabidel explores what "Mutual Respect" looks like, both in the classroom and out in the world.

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Aleta Margolis and Jacqueline Smalls join inaugural DC STEM Network

Inspired Teaching's Aleta Margolis and Jacqueline Smalls have been invited to join the DC STEM Network, a community of partners united in an effort to ensure transformative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) learning opportunities for all DC students.

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Changemaking through Empathy

Inspired Teaching's Sammy Magnuson describes a recent visit to the Demonstration School that showcased different ways that students can (and should) learn empathy skills while mastering content.

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Inspired Teaching’s Cosby Hunt presents at 2015 Teaching & Learning Conference

On March 14, Cosby Hunt spoke at the 2015 Teaching & Learning Conference as an expert panelist for a session titled "Implementing the Common Core as a Community of Practice: Lessons Learned through the Literacy Design Collaborative."

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Fellows Advisory Board hosts event for prospective, current, and alumni Inspired Teaching Fellows

The Inspired Teaching Fellows Advisory Board (FAB) hosted an event bringing together prospective, current, and alumni Inspired Teaching Fellows for a discussion of teaching, learning, and living in Washington, DC.

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