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.
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.
Dylan Letellier of Brown University reflects on her brief but eye-opening internship with the Residency program at Inspired Teaching. She describes learning about nonprofits, discovering alternative paths to becoming a teacher, and witnessing how classrooms can work in urban public and charter schools.read more
According to a 2018 study by the DC State Board of Education, 25% of the classrooms in America’s capital city lose their teachers to churn every year. Why do these problems seem so much greater here than in other large urban districts?read more
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
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