Teaching and Learning Reimagined
We partner with the teacher as the leverage point for change in the education system.
Through innovative professional development, we train teachers to actively engage
their students as empathetic, critical thinkers.
Inspired Teaching taught me that we can all be “changemakers,” and that being a changemaker can be as simple as taking your ideas and doing something with them instead of only complaining about problems in the teachers’ lounge.
Although she’s now retired–and learning how to camp in a tent!–Inspired Teaching alum Josiane Blackman is still deeply committed to her school and to advancing more engaging teaching and learning.read more
During the #EngagingSchools trip to Washington, we explored schools that truly embody the potential of place-based learning. Discover how schools in Vancouver and Tacoma intentionally embed elements of learning into partnerships with community institutions.read more
The National Alliance for Engagement Based Education’s #EngagingSchools tour continued at two uniquely inspiring schools. From a mathematics class that builds benches to a bunny who’s regularly seen roaming the halls, City Neighbors Hamilton School and Grace Episcopal Day School expanded our minds as to what school can look like.read more
Amanda Fasciano is a 2018 Inspired Teaching Fellow, teaching 5th and 6th graders at the Inspired Teaching Demonstration School. She shares about her mission to create more equitable education systems.read more
of Inspired Teaching alumni would recommend Inspired Teaching professional development
of 2017-18 Real World History students feel that interacting with students across the city is a transformative experience