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August 9, 2021 Curiosity and the Case for Inquiry

If I were to describe children in one word it would probably be “curious”. I came to this realization after spending the past weekend with…

July 30, 2021 The Power of Student Choice

I consider myself to be a generous tipper. Ever since the pandemic began, and we discovered how many service workers were struggling to make ends…

July 30, 2021 The Power of Student Choice

I consider myself to be a generous tipper. Ever since the pandemic began, and we discovered how many service workers were struggling to make ends…

July 28, 2021 You Do You: Finding Your Balance in Education

Next week, I’m going on vacation. There’s going to be sun (I hope). There’s going to be sand. Not to mention…

July 26, 2021 Going for the Gold: 3 Teaching Lessons from the Olympics

I’m a total nerd when it comes to the Olympics. I love the spectacle, the competition, and the sense of pride and unity it engenders…

July 21, 2021 ... and Justice for All

“...with liberty and justice for all.” Many of us have said the words every day for years — but how often…

July 16, 2021 How Project-Based Learning Can Teach Empathy

Right now, many of us are living in a place of transition. After almost a year trapped indoors, the Coronavirus appears to finally be receding.…

July 14, 2021 Helping Students Overcome their Fear of Math

“I’m not a math person.” How many times have we heard someone say this? Or, maybe we ourselves have mumbled this in our…