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We are very excited to partner with Inspired Teaching because, like Trinity Washington University, they have a strong commitment to DC and are dedicated to pedagogical approaches that have proven effective in helping children succeed.

— Dr. Janet Stocks, Dean of Trinity’s School of Education
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November 2015

Inspired Teaching partners with National Center for Teacher Residencies on new initiative

Inspired Teaching will partner with the National Center for Teacher Residencies (NCTR) to continue transforming teacher preparation as NCTR, which received a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, becomes one of five Teacher Preparation Transformation Centers across the United States.

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Recognizing and supporting excellent inquiry-based instruction

In this piece, Inspired Teaching's Aleta Margolis writes about how Inspired Teaching is being shared with broader and more varied audiences locally, nationally, and across the globe.

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Inspired Teaching presents at inaugural STEM Summit

On November 5th, the DC STEM Network hosted its inaugural STEM Summit. Inspired Teaching's Aleta Margolis and David Yarmchuk both presented at the event, which was open to STEM educators, administrators, and policymakers from across the DC-region.

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Real World History students study Question Bridge: Black Males

On November 12th, Real World History students engaged with difficult questions about race and identity in the United States, watching the transmedia art piece Question Bridge: Black Males and then speaking with the project's creator, Chris Johnson, at the Phillips Collection in Washington, DC.

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Real World History students meet with DC High School Credit Flexibility Task Force

On November 10th, Real World History students had an opportunity to effect change in their schools when they met with the High School Credit Flexibility Task Force at Ballou High School in Washington, DC.

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Teacher Feature – Mr. Peter Leesam

This November, Inspired Teaching spoke with Mr. Peter Leesam, a retired special education teacher and alum of the 2005 Inspired Teaching Institute.

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Teacher Feature – Ms. Beth Carmichael

This November, Inspired Teaching spoke with Ms. Beth Carmichael, a kindergarten teacher at Powell Elementary School (DCPS) and a 2013 Inspired Teaching Fellow.

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Inspired Teaching and Chesapeake Bay Foundation lead PD for Maryland educators

On November 3rd and 4th, Inspired Teaching partnered with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation to teach teachers and district leaders at the Maryland Environmental Literacy Partnership's fall workshop.

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My first visit to the Inspired Teaching Demonstration School

In this piece, Inspired Teaching's Bria Stephens writes about her first visit to the Inspired Teaching Demonstration School and reflects on how the teaching and learning she saw there compared to her own experiences.

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