Educator Ashley Johnson spent a portion of her summer in Italy. She brough home more than simple souvenirs – she retuned home with mental shifts which will impact her classroom. They might change yours too!
In her latest blog, Beth Benedix takes a moment to consider a teacher most are familiar with – Mr. Keating from Dead Poet’s Society. She sees a side maybe you’ve never considered.
What does it mean to be “confident,” and what does that look like in a learning environment? Bridgett takes a moment to explore this with a young learner.
Eric Nentrup introduces readers to Foster Success, an organization looking to fill a gap for young people in the foster care system.
Creating a space where students can talk through the wonders & challenges of growing up is an important part of school. A space to ask questions & think critically. Follow Beth’s journey to this realization.
Creating a learning environment is more than having desks, pencils, and books. Hannah shares how she created a welcoming & safe environment for students in a way not often thought of.
Ashley has found an impactful way to make learning relevant & engaging by helping students see the larger community surrounding the school. Students of all ages could build their philanthropic spirit with some of these ideas!
The C4 Program is using their Student Ambassadors to the fullest. Autumne shares ideas you can implement this school year.
All of us wish we had time to squeeze in the “real world” lessons we know students will need in addition to our content. Kaley has ideas & resources to make that a reality!