Top Ten Summer Reading Recommendations

Summer in Vermont brings on a different set of activities, a different pace of life, and an opportunity for renewal – at least for me. […]

Pushing my thinking with summer reading

With July comes the “Dog Days” of summer – named due to their association with Sirius, the Dog Star. Sirius is the (second) brightest star […]

Reading for fun and growth this summer

Howdy. I’m Rachel – new Professional Development Coordinator at the Tarrant Institute. I live in the beautiful southern part of Vermont and am thrilled to join […]

Summer reading reflection

Mama, don’t let your babies grow up to be sea monsters It’s summer and along with a lighter posting schedule for the month of July, […]

How do educators begin planning for 1:1?

Reflections from Vermont educators embarking on the 1:1 process As the 2015 Middle Grades Institute draws to a close, we check in on some of […]

4 educators reflect on personalized learning

Setting goals for summer learning and beyond It’s Day 3 of the 2015 Middle Grades Institute, a gathering of more than 200 Vermont educators all […]

What We’re Reading: iPad management in the classroom

Tips and tricks from around the edtech world Successful and powerful integration of iPads in the classroom depends in no small part on keeping device […]

The backlash to STEM education

There is a lot of conversation about the importance of STEM education – in the media, in politics, and among educators. With so many voices […]

Thursday Links Round Up: finding primary sources for history and art

Let Google bring the world to your students Primary sources? Yes please! As you delve into your various teaching units, why not take your students […]

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