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We’re Not in Kansas Anymore

April 3, 2019 | Tonie Mitchell

This whole year of inquiry was sometimes frustrating and I even resented it at times, but the results led to feelings of success among my students and me.  While I can’t say that each student transformed into an...

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Teacher Leaders Promote Curiosity

March 27, 2019

What does it look like for teachers to promote curiosity? Our Teacher Leaders support their colleagues’ thinking in many ways. Here’s an email that Beth Levine, a Teacher Leader at Montalvin Elementary sent to her colleagues.

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Rise Up! Institute April 13

March 27, 2019

The dynamic Rise Up! Teaching Team invites educators for a powerful day of teaching and learning. Please join Studio Pathways for the Rise Up! An American Curriculum Institute...

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The Power of Student Voices

February 14, 2019

“Those teachers who are the students of their own impact are the teachers who are the most influential in raising students’ achievement.” –John Hattie Everything we do at Mills Teacher Scholars focuses on helping teachers...

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Bringing Books to Life

February 13, 2019

As a Kindergarten teacher I struggle with the concept of reading a book out loud more than once. I worry that students will be bored out of their minds, lying on the carpet, disengaged as they hear a...

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Favorite Books on Teaching and Coaching

February 13, 2019

We know how valuable a good book recommendation can be especially from people in the know. So here are a few beloved resources that our Coaching Inquiry Network participants recently shared along with...