Closing the Engagement Gap: A Social Justice Imperative

Closing the Engagement Gap: A Social Justice Imperative

Closing the Engagement Gap: A Social Justice Imperative

Center for Inspired Teaching is proud to announce the release of a new white paper titled Closing the Engagement Gap: A Social Justice Imperative. This work, which both affirms the benefits of engagement-based education and confirms the reality of the current...
Radically Reimagined Relationships: The Foundation of Engagement

Radically Reimagined Relationships: The Foundation of Engagement

For the past year and a half, the Astra Center for Innovative Education and Center for Inspired Teaching have been collaborating on a project to figure out what makes engagement-based education possible. It’s been informative, inspirational, and exciting to see the...
The 5 Core Elements Series: Making an Impact With School

The 5 Core Elements Series: Making an Impact With School

Inspired Teachers embrace the practice of engagement-based education. They recognize every child’s unique, inherent potential, challenging each student to solve complex problems, collaborate, and pursue continual learning and growth. In order for students to...
The 5 Core Elements Series: Student as Expert

The 5 Core Elements Series: Student as Expert

Inspired Teachers embrace the practice of engagement-based education. They recognize every child’s unique, inherent potential, challenging each student to solve complex problems, collaborate, and pursue continual learning and growth. In order for students to...
Seeing Our Mission With Fresh Eyes: An Intern’s Reflection

Seeing Our Mission With Fresh Eyes: An Intern’s Reflection

Dylan Letellier of Fredericksburg, VA is a second-year student majoring in English at Brown University. The daughter of two high school teachers, she hopes to pursue a career in education some day. As a participant in Brown’s Wintership program, Dylan spent two...
Inspired for Life: Inspired Teacher Leader Josiane Blackman

Inspired for Life: Inspired Teacher Leader Josiane Blackman

Josiane Blackman recently retired from E.W. Stokes Public Charter School in Washington, D.C., but she’s still a familiar face there. She works a few mornings each week to observe classes and help teachers solve problems.  “After I retired, there was no question of my...
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