The Power of “Might” | Hooray for Monday

The Power of “Might” | Hooray for Monday

The Power of “Might” | Hooray for Monday

August 8, 2022 By Aleta Margolis, Founder and President, Center for Inspired Teaching Hooray for Monday is a weekly blog filled with questions, ideas, reflections, and actions we can all take to remodel the school experience for students. The start of the school year...
What Inspired You To Teach? | Hooray for Monday

What Inspired You To Teach? | Hooray for Monday

August 1, 2022 By Aleta Margolis, Founder and President, Center for Inspired Teaching Hooray for Monday is a weekly blog filled with questions, ideas, reflections, and actions we can all take to remodel the school experience for students. Do you remember when you...
What’s Missing from Public Discourse | Hooray for Monday

What’s Missing from Public Discourse | Hooray for Monday

July 25, 2022 By Aleta Margolis, Founder and President, Center for Inspired Teaching Hooray for Monday is a weekly blog filled with questions, ideas, reflections, and actions we can all take to remodel the school experience for students. Though Meryl Streep spoke...
100 Wonder-ful Weeks | Hooray for Monday

100 Wonder-ful Weeks | Hooray for Monday

July 18, 2022 By Aleta Margolis, Founder and President, Center for Inspired Teaching Hooray for Monday is a weekly blog filled with questions, ideas, reflections, and actions we can all take to remodel the school experience for students. I recently received an email...
Prioritizing Fun | Hooray for Monday

Prioritizing Fun | Hooray for Monday

July 11, 2022 By Aleta Margolis, Founder and President, Center for Inspired Teaching Hooray for Monday is a weekly blog filled with questions, ideas, reflections, and actions we can all take to remodel the school experience for students.  Last week I wrote about the...
August Inspired Teaching Institute

Meeting new classes for the first time can be daunting! So many names to learn, so many new personalities to get to know. Join us on Wednesday, August 10 as we share what we’ve learned through working with hundreds of new classes for more than 27 years.