Stories & Announcements
Lola Rogin interviews Jake Flack about learning from Ford’s Theatre online.
Michael Artemus interviews Dr. Sojin Kim about the impacts of Covid-19 on her curatorial work.
We’re all using soap to wash our hands more than usual, what else can you do with that slippery bubbly substance?
Sometimes one person can have lots and lots of feelings — different from each other. This activity encourages students to explore that experience.
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.
The 2019-2020 Speak Truth season came to end on June 18, but we’re already reflecting on how to apply the lessons learned when we start again this fall.
Frustration, failure, and challenge are a necessary part of growth. And if you let them, they can lead you to smarter, stronger outcomes.
Let’s listen to our students and learn.
Speak Truth is a space where students wrestle with both current realities and future plans, tapping into the purpose, persistence, and action at the core of Inspired Teaching.
How are you preserving the stories that document this unprecedented time in modern world history?