Only One in Five Schools Offered 'Rigorous' Remote Learning, Study Says

The report found that only 12 percent of high-poverty districts' remote learning plans included content from an online learning platform and requirements for participation.

Creating community through advisory

Using mergers as community opportunities Vermont Act 46 mergers challenged communities to restructure systems. Under a mandated merger, two schools The post Creating community through […]

What’s your inquiry question?

The why and how of personalization An inquiry question forms the backbone of action research in the classroom. It guides The post What’s your inquiry […]

#vted Reads: We Got This, with Kathleen Brinegar

Cornelius Minor likes to ask himself three key questions. One: what are his students trying to tell him? Two: What The post #vted Reads: We […]

Unlocking family communication in math class

Students write weekly emails to their families Lizzie Stockbridge, a 6th grade math teacher at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School in South Burlington, Vermont, gives […]

Increasing student engagement in PLPs at Williston Central

It’s about providing choice in reflection tools Personalized Learning Plans (PLPs) across the state have taken many different forms and serve a few different purposes. […]

How do you measure success with project-based learning?

“A Tale of Three Projects” Two Vermont educators share how they measure success with project-based learning units… in space! Allan Miller and Natasha Grey, two […]

Toward a student-directed classroom

Releasing responsibility in Ottauquechee Ottauquechee Elementary School teacher Kim Dumont had a vision. She wanted to build her students’s self-direction and self-efficacy. She wanted students […]

How to build teacher advisory

Peoples Academy Middle Level shares their action research “It’s getting personal”. Peoples Academy Middle Level teachers discuss how they’ve created personal connections with students in […]

Voice + choice = a better math classroom

Start by listening to students Elizabeth Tarno asked her students for feedback about their math class at the end of 5th grade. Then she did […]

Article for Modern English Teacher: using Quizlet in teen classes

Here’s my article for the latest Modern English Teacher, April 2018. I did a bit of action research on using Quizlet in class, which I […]

Unpacking a great action research project

A tale of research-driven change Last year two educators at Crossett Brook Middle School undertook an amazing action research project that directly improved their interactions […]

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