What do curiosity projects look like?

“I think every school should do it!” Soup to nuts, curiosity projects — Genius Hour, 20% time or passion projects The post What do curiosity […]

Can Minecraft save the world?

These 4th graders say yes. With a little help from the UN’s Global Goals. Students at Ottauquechee Elementary School took The post Can Minecraft save […]

How to do a library diversity audit

7 tips for educators Create a place where all students lives are seen and valued. Expand the idea of what The post How to do […]

#vted Reads: No Fixed Address with Annie Brabazon

Reader, today we’re going to talk toilets. Now, not in a weird way or a gross way, but because they’re The post #vted Reads: No […]

Connecting Vermont students with dairy farms

There’s more math, biology, and chemistry than you’d think. It’s a wintry morning in one of the coldest Februarys in The post Connecting Vermont students […]

#vted Reads: Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty

With Ally Oswald In this episode of #vted Reads, I return to my old stomping grounds at Green Mountain Union The post #vted Reads: Reaching […]

Using protocols for equity

Tools for tough talks So, maybe you’ve been using protocols at faculty meetings or professional learning community sessions.  Perhaps you’ve The post Using protocols for […]

#vted Reads: Watch Us Rise

with 6th grader Abby Bunting As we close out the first season of #vted Reads, we celebrate another first: our The post #vted Reads: Watch […]

Equity, identity & art

Tracing a middle level social identity unit Identity. Oppression. Social justice. Structural racism. Liberation. These are some intense ideas to The post Equity, identity & […]

Building discussion skills through Socratic Seminar

Engaged, on-topic…and talking over each other? Here’s a scenario: student book groups.  Everyone’s read their assigned chapters and prepared for The post Building discussion skills […]

Getting personal about systemic equity in Vermont education

Systems-based self work Sometimes pursuing equity in education can feel a little like the carrot vs. the stick. Since No The post Getting personal about […]


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