Stories & Announcements
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.
This activity combines observation and inquiry as learners exercise their imaginations to find multiple answers to the same question.
Laughter reminds us of our humanity, our fallibility, and our capacity to experience joy.
In this Inspired Teaching Institute, we’ll explore fresh ways to tune into and address our needs and those of our students.
The young people who are currently high school, middle school, and elementary school students will be our country’s leaders in the not too distant future. They deserve an education that is relevant and engages them in things that matter.
As a new administration takes office in Washington, DC, we recommend centering changes in education around the growth of Intellect, Inquiry, Imagination, and Integrity.
As educators, we have the opportunity not only to teach our students how to navigate change but also to model it in our own actions.
This moment in time offers an opportunity for teachers and parents to model ways to navigate uncertainty.