Seven Questions That Guide the Work of Inspired Teachers

Effective teachers ask reflective questions, and continue asking them, seeking solutions throughout the year.

Project-based learning: An evidence-based way to improve social studies

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Studies show project-based learning improves Social Studies scores.

Do endings matter?

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“Offer that extension,” he writes. “Excuse that assignment…. Let us, by showing grace, make the memory of this stormy year just a bit more peaceful.”

Three pandemic lessons for teachers to carry forward

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By Erik Powell As educators in the pandemic, we’ve had to redesign entire lessons, units, and courses on the fly while learning new technology such...

What the Education Department’s new testing guidance means for educators

The traditional function and administration of state testing must be different this year.

The role of families in teacher professional development

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It can be a challenge for educators to balance their home life and professional practice. Why not use family members to advance new forms of PD?

How educators can help students resist reactionary propaganda on social media

By Matthew R. Kay I’ll always remember one of my last in-person classes before schools were shut down last spring because of COVID-19. My sophomores...

How to talk, and listen, to your students during times of crisis

By Aleta Margolis When I was an elementary school student, I remember learning the term insurrection. It meant “a violent uprising against an authority or...

What we can learn from our students as we return to in-person learning

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By Terry Kaldhusdal This fall, my school district in Southeastern Wisconsin chose to open for in-person learning beginning on day one. About 15 percent of...

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