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Community Engagement through Place-Based Learning

Community Engagement through Place-Based Learning

During the #EngagingSchools trip to Washington, we explored schools that truly embody the potential of place-based learning. Discover how schools in Vancouver and Tacoma intentionally embed elements of learning into partnerships with community institutions.

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Developing A Student-Centered Curriculum & Meaningful Relationships

Developing A Student-Centered Curriculum & Meaningful Relationships

The National Alliance for Engagement Based Education’s #EngagingSchools tour continued at two uniquely inspiring schools. From a mathematics class that builds benches to a bunny who’s regularly seen roaming the halls, City Neighbors Hamilton School and Grace Episcopal Day School expanded our minds as to what school can look like.

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Staff Spotlight: Mary Kadera

Staff Spotlight: Mary Kadera

Mary Kadera recently joined the team as Interim Executive Director. She has more than 25 years of experience in the education field and began her career as a high school teacher.

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Making Summer Learning Joyful, Engaging & Relevant

Making Summer Learning Joyful, Engaging & Relevant

The Inspired Teaching Residency summer experiences at Capital City Public Charter School were full of laughter and meaningful learning. Our newest cohort of Inspired Teaching Fellows kicked off the journey, learning and exploring together, during the engaging Summer Institute.

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Powerful BLM Week of Action in Schools

Powerful BLM Week of Action in Schools

Inspired Teaching envisions a world in which every child is able to thrive, through an authentically engaging education. We spearheaded the Black Lives Matter Week of Action to pursue this powerful vision and further our mission of cultivating changemaking educators who actively engage students as empathetic, critical thinkers.

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