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.

 Our Programs

We’re proud to serve teachers, students, and families in our hometown of Washington, DC, and contribute to a changemaking movement that’s transforming teaching and learning across the country.

Inspired Teaching Institute

Immersive teacher leadership

Inspired Teaching Academy

Targeted professional learning

Inspired Teaching Residency

New teacher preparation

Inspired Teaching Youth

Experiential learning

I just recently conducted my [Real World History] oral history. I enjoyed every single part of it. I enjoyed meeting someone after a long search. I enjoyed listening about their memories and asking them questions. I am eager to do more.

— Real World History student, 2019

 Stories & Announcements

Resources

Sometimes

Sometimes

Sometimes one person can have lots and lots of feelings  — different from each other. This activity encourages students to explore that experience.

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Inside/Outside 

Inside/Outside 

In a moment where the world is especially fraught with change and uncertainty, we are all struggling to observe, name, and adjust to the flood of feelings around and within us. This activity was created in response to that reality.  

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Plan a Trip 

Plan a Trip 

In this activity, students plan a trip from start to finish including where they wish to go and what they wish to see when they go there.

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 Success

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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

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