The Importance of Eating Earnest

What food education looks like in Cornwall VT Integrating food studies into schools leads to thinking about interconnectedness in other ares of study. But don’t […]

3 #GlobalGoals projects feeding Vermont

What do the Global Goals look sound like in action? The three Essex Middle School students who delivered the keynote address at the 2nd annual […]

Having the hard conversations in Southern Vermont

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The Crossett Brook Queer-Straight Alliance

Think middle schoolers are too young for a QSA? Think again At the Queer Straight Alliance (QSA) at Crossett Brook Middle School in Duxbury, Vermont, […]

What we can learn from brand new educators

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How do adverse childhood events affect student performance?

Cognitive outcomes vs intersectional traumas We talk with legendary awesome stats guy Mark Olofson — now Dr. Legendary Awesome Stats Guy Mark Olofson — about […]

The great Brian Eno-powered STEAM PBL Unit

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Student TED Talks, sound sculptures and a funk band

Student exhibitions of project-based learning At this point we all know how important it is for students to share project-based learning with an authentic audience. […]

Data shows #vted leads nation in educators on Twitter

Vermont’s new leading role online In today’s podcast, Mark Olofson talks with Joshua Rosenberg and Spencer Greenhalgh, education researchers from Michigan State University. Their research […]

Tackling school change as a community

Community conversations about education What would you tell your neighbors about your school? What do you think they’d say in return? The Washington West Supervisory […]

Mathew’s Y.E.A.R. at The Compass School

Scaffolding year-end reflections At The Compass School in Westminster, Vermont, students advance through grades by producing evidence of their accomplishments from the year, using the […]

How Vermont middle grades educators are powering up PLPs this summer

Why the 2016 Middle Grades Institute may be the most important one yet New podcast ep: We visit with educators at last summer’s Middle Grades […]

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