September 2016

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Partner Feature – Ashoka Globalizer

Center for Inspired Teaching is delighted to feature Ashoka Globalizer, which supports social entrepreneurs in scaling their impact. As a participant in the Re-imagine Learning Globalizer, run in partnership with the LEGO Foundation, Inspired Teaching developed a new strategic plan with the benefit of Globalizer’s resources, thought partnership, and connections.

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Working Together to Re-imagine Learning

Inspired Teaching recently attended the international Re-imagine Learning Globalizer Summit in London. The Summit welcomed representatives from the business, philanthropic, nonprofit, and academic sectors, and provided Inspired Teaching the opportunity to share its strategic plan with thought partners and expert advisors from Sesame Workshop, the LEGO Foundation, Accenture, and Ashoka Europe.

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An Inspired Teacher for every child

Inspired Teaching's Jane Ehrenfeld shares the goals set forth in Inspired Teaching's new strategic plan. This plan will guide Inspired Teaching's work over the next few years as we continue our work to ensure every child experiences engagement-based education and learns to thrive.

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Many Admirers… But Still a Widow: Reflections on Britannia Peter Kennon’s Widowhood

As part of her internship at historic Tudor Place, Real World History student Nora Pehrson did independent research and wrote a blog post and essay about Britannia Peter Kennon who owned and lived at Tudor Place from 1854-1911. Read more from Nora about her research into how "widowhood might have represented a challenge to the cult of domesticity."

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