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.
Michael Artemus interviews Dr. Sojin Kim about the impacts of Covid-19 on her curatorial work.
The 2019-2020 Speak Truth season came to end on June 18, but we’re already reflecting on how to apply the lessons learned when we start again this fall.
At a time when we’re craving in-person conversations and missing the flow that body language can bring to a discussion, Inspired Teaching’s Speak Truth virtual sessions offer a beautiful antidote to all the things we’re growing fond of bemoaning about video...
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.
Inspired Teaching’s Residency Program Manager Jéri Ogden celebrates the progress of the 2018 Cohort as they complete their year of in-class training and prepare to launch their teaching careers.
Interim Executive Director Mary Kadera describes how a series of school visits showed her that, while engagement-based education may not look similar from one school to the next, they all share a feeling of genuine, mutually respectful, radically reimagined relationships throughout the building and community.
Inspired Teaching champions inquiry and imagination through hands-on investigations that encourage students to wonder, experiment, and learn. Pi Day offers a perfect example of this approach. In that spirit, we offer resources for bringing the fascinating mysteries of Pi into your classroom.