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.
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.
What happens when we embrace change and take on the instructional challenges that scare us most?
Talk with your students about the unprecedented events we’re in the midst of experiencing, about the history that’s being made right at this moment.
Join us the first week in December to celebrate the wins, small and large, that you’ve found over these tumultuous months.
This blog post was written by Topher Anuzis, a current volunteer with Inspired Teaching. The next time you’re at a party, go ahead and ask someone you’ve never met, “How do you feel about the n-word?” or “Do you have any connections to gun violence in your life?” This...
This blog was written by Inspired Teaching Residency Intern, Myla Haan, as she reflects on her summer spent with the new cohort of Inspired Teaching Fellows. “I’ve never felt so comfortable sharing about myself” “I wanted to challenge myself and share something that I...
This blog post was written by Myla Haan, the Inspired Teaching Residency's 2019 Summer Intern. The Summer Teaching Practicum for the Inspired Teaching Residency, at Capital City Public Charter School has concluded! Over these past few weeks, all of the students...
Director, Program Administration Mara Duquette reports on Changemakers in Action, a celebration of the Inspired Teachers and students in our programs as changemakers in classrooms, schools, and society. We explored action research in the classroom, reviewed the power of engagement-based instruction, and heard from Real World History’s youth historians.