Student-centered personalized learning starts with identity

“Be yourself; everyone else is taken.” That. Quote. Drives. Me. Nuts. I mean, duh!  And of course! And who else The post Student-centered personalized learning […]

Exploring Identity with 4th and 5th Graders

Margaret Dunne, a fourth and fifth-grade educator at Mount Holly School in Mount Holly VT, originally presented “Exploring Identity with The post Exploring Identity with […]

Who ARE You? Faculty as Writer, Instructional Designer (ID) as Editor

Singular job titles comprise a composite of identities; no one is just one “thing.” How people self-identify not only has a direct effect on how […]

How Christians May Feel Stigmatized in the Biology Community

Although Christians are overrepresented in American society, they are underrepresented in biology careers. What is the reason for this under-representation? Prior research has indicated that […]

Universal Digital Identity: is SSI the Answer?

Universal Digital Identity: is SSI the Answer? Can you imagine one day waking up to a fully digitalized world? It may be unimaginable but not […]

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 […]

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 […]

A Reflection on Self and Avatars in the Classroom

Photo by Pixabay from Pexels We live in a visual world, with each projection of self carefully constructed, projected and shared.  We also live in a world where […]

Identity/ies and Digital Wellbeing

Image by Simone Held Who are you?Where are you from?What do you do? Simple questions, perhaps. For me, they are neither simple nor innocent. For […]

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 & […]

Real World: Cabot

Rural life and project-based learning You might find students on the skating rink in front of the school, helping out on a goat farm, dirt […]

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 […]

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