Innovation: Education

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#vted Reads about Equity & Cultural Responsiveness in the Middle Grades

In January 2020, the Vermont state legislature proposed a resolution formally apologizing for the legislature’s role in passing a 1931 The post #vted Reads about […]

Culturally responsive practices for equity in the classroom

Equity. In Vermont and beyond, educators and administrators are talking about equity. But what does equity look like in practice? The post Culturally responsive practices […]

How a classroom newsletter gave my students a voice

Mornings at Mount Holly used to buzz with parents and kids in the cafeteria, in the hallways and in our The post How a classroom […]

Decolonizing Place-Based Education

Decolonizing Place-Based Education is an interactive online workshop for educators that we offered in February 2021. It is a collaborative The post Decolonizing Place-Based Education […]

#vted Reads: All-American Muslim Girl

Are you there, #vted? It’s me, Jeanie. On this episode of the podcast, we’re re-joined by one of the very The post #vted Reads: All-American […]

Authentic ways to check in on your advisees

Ways to move beyond “I’m fine” How are you? No, really. How are you? Right now, that’s a tough question The post Authentic ways to […]

How to Build An Anti-Racist Bookshelf

Who’s Outside? How to Build An Anti-Racist Bookshelf is the title of an interactive online workshop for educators offered in The post How to Build […]

Scaffolding success for self-directed learners

We talk a lot, as professional development coordinators and as educators, about self-direction. We think a lot about ways to The post Scaffolding success for […]

Service learning (during a pandemic)

This year, I am hearing that many teachers feel they aren’t practicing the kind of teaching they believe in as The post Service learning (during […]

Developing integrated units from commercial curriculum

Walking through what it looks like to take commercial curriculum and develop a vibrant, personalized integrated unit. One thing we The post Developing integrated units […]

North Country Flexible Pathways

The fifteen year old boy slowly hobbled from the parking lot to the school’s main office, stopping to adjust his The post North Country Flexible […]

#vted Reads: The Dark Fantastic

On this episode, it’s the return of Aimee Arandia Østensen! She’s here to talk with me about The Dark Fantastic: The post #vted Reads: The […]

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