Innovation: Education

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2020 Summer Reading with TIIE

Emily Hoyler It seems my ‘to-read’ pile is growing faster than I am reading. Luckily it’s summer. These longer days The post 2020 Summer Reading […]

Graduations in the time of COVID-19

A couple of weeks ago, we had the chance to take part in a collaboration between the Vermont Agency of The post Graduations in the […]

Students can learn about antiracism.

And they’re willing to tell you how. Children begin internalizing racial bias by the time they are two years old. The post Students can learn […]

The power of virtual field trips

Do you remember those pre-COVID days?  All of the exciting plans, the face to face collaboration, the FIELD TRIPS?! The The post The power of […]

The power of thematic and integrated learning at Randolph Middle School

Middle level educators at Randolph Union Middle School believe integrated and thematic learning help students see their place and role The post The power of […]

Student intervention for anti-racist education

Schools are committed to bringing anti-racism into curricula and systems more than ever before. Even in predominantly white schools there The post Student intervention for […]

The power of PIPs in a pandemic

Middle school is not a Zoom room. When the quick switch to a remote environment was required, Charlotte Central School The post The power of […]

You made it.

  Everyone who is watching this? Deserves a high five, a pat on the back or the happy dance of The post You made it. […]

Relationships and relevance, once again.

What has taken shape in the world with COVID 19 has given me pause to wonder what matters most in The post Relationships and relevance, […]

#vted Reads: Hemingway, with Elijah Hawkes

Listeners: our hearts are breaking. Our hearts are breaking for all of Vermont’s Black students, Black educators, and Black families. The post #vted Reads: Hemingway, […]

The other pandemic.

“What is the implication for how we understand ourselves and each other in reference to our racial identities? And if The post The other pandemic. […]

5 ways to bring closure to this school year

Ah, the end of a school year. Always frenetic, and beautiful, and tear-filled and inspiring. Filled with rituals that educators The post 5 ways to […]

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