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 student-led conference as celebration

What does it take for us to see parent-teacher conferences as celebrations? What does it take for families to see The post The student-led conference […]

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 […]

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 & […]

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 […]

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 […]

The athlete, the artist & the PLP

How Passion Projects can fire up a student-led conference Julia is a student at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, in South Burlington VT. She’s an […]

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 […]

How students can teach educators about social identity

And what students learn from the experience A trio of Tuttle 6th graders led educators from around Vermont through activities in bias-awareness and social identity […]

5 online resources for teaching current events

When things get tough, the tough use tools. Whether you’re actively trying to embed current events in your curriculum or helping your students respond to […]

The #everydaycourage of talking about race in Vermont schools

How will your students prepare for active engagement in democracy? Last spring Christie Nold, a 6th grade teacher at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School, was […]

4 resources for fighting fake news

Standard 3-part story-driven post: 1) what it is, 2) what it looks like in a school, 3) how to do it in your school The […]

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