When you feel confident about who you are, you’re in a position to create a safe space for students and the other special people in your life.
It’s been a very busy spring for Center for Inspired Teaching! Read about what we’ve been up to, and learn ways you can participate in what we have planned for the summer!
In early June Inspired Teaching hosted a workshop that shifted our innovative, tried-and-true approach from the classroom to home.
It’s been a big spring semester for students in our yearlong Real World History course!
Have we considered how limiting it might be to ask a child to choose their favorite?
We’re in the home stretch of the 2021-2022 school year but there’s more than enough time to pump new energy into your classroom.
We’ve been on the Earth for longer than our students, but as educators, we should be committed to continuously learning and growing.
On July 21, 2021 Inspired Teaching’s Director of Youth Programming, Cosby Hunt, spoke with the hosts of Great.com’s podcast. Check out this write-up from that conversation.
How might we use the knowledge we’ve gleaned over these many months to remodel the teaching and learning experience for children before the cicadas come back again?