Innovation: Education

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Parenting a student-run business

There’s learning in the lemonade stand What might be your child’s first experience with business? That’s right: the lemonade stand. I mean, what is cuter […]

17 ways to communicate with students’ families

BINGO. Communication with student’s families outside of student led conferences (SLC) is vital. Giving parents the information they need in order to protect that time […]

Setting behavioral expectations in a makerspace

  2 ways to bring in transferable skills Makerspaces are amazing. They’re a big carnival of lights and sounds and glue and lasers, arduinos, controllers […]

Building a chicken coop at The Dorset School

  How do you get fresh eggs on a school menu? Students at The Dorset School, in Dorset VT, did it by researching, designing and […]

Scaffolding deeper identity work with students

Beyond the “About Me” page “What is important to know about me to help me learn?” Every student at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School attempted […]

“The Culture Code”, with Bill Rich

Why do certain groups add up to be greater than the sum of their parts? In this episode of our podcast, we kick off our […]

5 lessons learned from an integrated middle school PBL unit

Reflections from the Burke Town School At Burke Town School, in West Burke VT, students and teachers dove into integrated project based learning (PBL) last […]

3 tools for exploring character with middle schoolers

Who am I and who do I want to be in the world? What do I stand for? What is the good life and how […]

5 summer mindsets to bring into this year

It’s September. Your feet have probably not stopped moving for a few weeks, with the start of school, the meetings, getting to know your students, […]

How to get students to communicate with families

Welcome to the Best Part of My Week And yours, likely. Peoples Academy Middle Level educator Joe Speers shares how to get students to communicate […]

What will your #1st5days be like this year?

Welcome back! You’re doing amazing. Oh those heady #1st5days of school. So much shrieking, so much laughter — and students to contend with as well. […]

5 resources for building community

Starting how you mean to go on New year, new students. New school, sometimes, and a whole new opportunity to help a group of students […]

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