Stories & Announcements
Expressing appreciation for another person is a form of feedback, particularly when the thanks are specific. It is a way of saying, “I see you. You matter.”
The opportunity to engage in discussion around issues that impact their lives happens too infrequently for students, but Speak Truth offers a safe space for doing so.
The Notorious RBG was a living example of resilience. She was, as my daughters say, fierce. What does resilience look like right now? What would it look like if we taught our students to be fierce?
Strong relationships are essential in the growth of children, and that’s ever more important now when their circles of relationships have grown smaller.
Martha Graham’s “divine dissatisfaction” can guide our reflection and remind us that, as professional learners, we can find joy in our progress while acknowledging we have more to learn.
Most of us are not teaching handstands, but it’s worth asking ourselves how we can create the online learning conditions that facilitate that kind of full-body learning.
Hooray for Monday is a new blog series we’ll be posting each week with questions, ideas, reflections, and actions we can all take to remodel the school experience for students.
Elliott Levine, a 2019-2020 Inspired Teaching Real World History Student, interviews Bryn Cooley, Emily Rheault, and Lauren Rever of Tudor Place.
Amora Cambell interviews Paul Gardullo about the power of objects in the National Museum of African American History and Culture.
Lola Rogin interviews Jake Flack about learning from Ford’s Theatre online.