Innovation: Education

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Building resilience (for all) though personal efficacy

Even in the best of times, October can be a tough month for teachers. And it’s hard to call covid The post Building resilience (for […]

Lessons from summer camp

What we can learn from Kingdom East School District’s summer camp? The 2020-2021 pandemic school year was uniquely challenging and The post Lessons from summer […]

Successful student-led conferences

A student-led conference that brings together the student, teacher, and parent or guardian is a very powerful thing. It puts The post Successful student-led conferences […]

Student-centered personalized learning starts with identity

“Be yourself; everyone else is taken.” That. Quote. Drives. Me. Nuts. I mean, duh!  And of course! And who else The post Student-centered personalized learning […]

Start the year with building the culture

As we begin the year with students in our classrooms, it’s important to start with a focus on building the The post Start the year […]

Happy new (school) year!

The most wonderful time of the year It’s that time of the year again – the beginning of a new The post Happy new (school) […]

How a PTO connected students with community during COVID

Like so many students this past year, the 7th and 8th students at Crossett Brook Middle School in Duxbury, Vermont, The post How a PTO […]

Summer Reading 2021

Hooray for summer! Sure, we usually say something along those lines this time of year, but this year? ONCE MORE The post Summer Reading 2021 […]

Art for Action at Rutland Middle School

Art for social change? How do you engage students in an exploration of the ways that art impacts social change? The post Art for Action […]

Learning Lab Lessons Learned

In a year of many firsts, both good and bad, the Learning Lab faced a lot of unique challenges. This The post Learning Lab Lessons […]

Exploring Identity with 4th and 5th Graders

Margaret Dunne, a fourth and fifth-grade educator at Mount Holly School in Mount Holly VT, originally presented “Exploring Identity with The post Exploring Identity with […]

Launching toward engagement: integrated units at Miller’s Run

WHOOSH! Imagine rows of students using medieval replicas of catapults and trebuchets to hurl objects across an open field. An The post Launching toward engagement: […]

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