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March 14, 2022 Support Education by Connecting and Collaborating

I’m writing this from Austin, Texas, where I’m attending the SXSW EDU conference — and it is AWESOME. Every session I’ve attended has…

February 11, 2022 Fail Like an Olympian

Regular readers of Inquiry Insider know that I’m a big fan of the Olympics. I love the spectacle, the messages of unity and sportsmanship,…

January 17, 2022 Essential Assessment in Student Learning

Assessment can be such an overwhelming process. When it comes to giving assessments, not only do we wonder if our students hit the…

March 5, 2020 Punishment vs. Discipline: Taking Constructive Action

I think many people have this idealized image of the American classroom. It’s a place full of curious students and passionate educators. A place where…

February 21, 2020 The Liquid Curriculum

You’ve got a lesson you want to teach but you’re looking for a great resource. Something thought-provoking, but conceptually accessible. There’s a zone…

January 24, 2020 Dealing with Late Work

I still have nightmares about my high school planner. For such a small thing, that notebook caused me no end of grief throughout my four-year…

January 22, 2020 Picture Books that Inspire Change

As an elementary teacher, I have a great love for picture books. And as is the case for many early elementary teachers, picture…

January 17, 2020 And the Oscar Goes To…

I’m a bit of a film buff, so I was eager to learn the nominees for the 2020 Academy Awards when they were announced earlier…