Teaching and Learning Reimagined
We partner with teachers as the leverage point for change in the education system.
Through innovative teacher preparation and professional learning programs, we help teachers build their practice to actively engage their students as empathetic, critical thinkers.
Inspired Teaching Residency has very clear expectations for our role as residents and for us as lead teachers next year. They have given us many helpful tools and feedback to improve our
instruction in the classroom. I feel supported by my residency program. They are very willing to listen to our feedback and work with us so that we have the best experience possible.
Director, Program Administration Mara Duquette reports on Changemakers in Action, a celebration of the Inspired Teachers and students in our programs as changemakers in classrooms, schools, and society. We explored action research in the classroom, reviewed the power of engagement-based instruction, and heard from Real World History’s youth historians.read more
Center for Inspired Teaching invites you to download “Closing the Engagement Gap: A Social Justice Imperative,” our new white paper examining how pedagogy itself is critical to educational equity, and how underserved student populations need the same student-centered approach enjoyed by their more advantaged peers. Along with presenting the research about this inequity, we offer three basic recommendations and the resources for implementing them.read more
Center for Inspired Teaching and the Astra Foundation are proud to present our report about the type of school environments that make engagement-based education possible. We invite you to download our findings and join the conversation.read more
In our 5 Core Elements series, teacher, coach, and author Heather Wolpert-Gawron writes about Purpose, Persistence, and Action, and about how building students’ interest and confidence gives them the tools to positively impact their world.read more
of Inspired Teaching alumni would recommend Inspired Teaching professional learning
of 2017-18 Real World History students feel that interacting with students across the city is a transformative experience
Latest on Twitter