Stories & Announcements
If we allow ourselves to be curious about what our students think, we’ll not only serve them better, we’ll likely encounter more joy in our work as teachers.
Our power as teachers lies in our ability to tap into the many ways each child can shine.
Listening to our students will ground us. Their insights remind us who the work is for, and why it matters that we get it right.
We need to pay particular attention to the information we’re receiving from our students and incorporate it into our plans if we want our kids to thrive in school.
Here are six concrete actions school leaders and teachers can take to make school a place where students and teachers can thrive in this uniquely important moment.
What we see with our mind’s eye is unique to our own minds. And every student brings their own beholder’s share to the classroom.
A good teacher’s lessons are ideas transferred from one creative mind to another, meant to be embodied and owned in unique ways by each learner, meant to be reflected back in new ways.
Are we as open to being reached by our students as we are focused on reaching out to them?
Children, like all humans, move through this world with the ability to show love for others. It’s an inherent capacity. What are we doing as teachers to cultivate that in our students?
When we speak with our students about these real issues that affect their lives and ours, we’re letting them know that they can trust us to make their school experience relevant and meaningful.