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by Thérèse McNamara

In the last 20 years, the world of education has undergone significant change. Research findings have played key roles in updating and improving curriculum documents, and teaching/learning/ assessment practices. Inevitably,… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

Making the transition from the elementary school to the high school can be difficult for students. This transition can be easier if teachers communicate more freely between buildings. Here are… Read more »

 
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by Mike Wallagher

As you might know, blogging is getting more and more popular. Students have blogs, teachers have blogs and even an Average Joe might have a blog. Blogging is something that… Read more »

 
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by Thérèse McNamara

Liam slowly works on a Number Sense assessment, as I gently prompt him to focus on the print. Suddenly he looks at me and discloses, “I should have studied.” “Wise… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

I have travelled to dozens of schools and spoken to hundreds of teachers who are shocked to learn that low-literacy is an issue in their communities. Think about the parents… Read more »

 
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by We Inspire Futures Team

Matthias Flynn is a professional photographer who enjoys motivating summer camp participants with the joy of his art. Join us as we interview him about his “gnome strategy” for teaching photography during… Read more »

 
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by Aviva Dunsiger

  After first nutrition break, my students were working on their Community Math Projects. I had students spread out around my classroom and in the hallway to give them some… Read more »

 
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by Neil Finney

I am addicted to learning. Ever since I can remember I have loved to learn. Growing up I excelled at reading, grew to love writing (here I am) and found… Read more »

 
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by Janet Lee Stinson

Yesterday, I was preparing some of my gently used resources to be passed on to another educator. I took a deep breath noticing the rainbow of sticky notes hanging off… Read more »

 
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by Aviva Dunsiger

As a teacher, I spend a lot of time thinking about what a 21st century classroom looks like for my students. I consider the importance of choice and collaboration. I… Read more »

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