As a 7th-grade science teacher, I love doing inquiry-based activities with my students. Some of these activities are typical examples of project work, which are a quick way for me
My most recent memory of a traditional onsite education conference was Spring 2019. It was similar to so many of the conferences I had attended over the past 25 years.
I do not live in the most politically prejudiced county in the United States. That would be Suffolk County, Massachusetts, home of Boston. But I live next door, and my
In 2000, Peter Senge, of the MIT Sloan School of Management, published his fourth book, Schools That Learn. Early in the book, Senge says the following about learning communities: The
Most teachers are lifelong learners. A passion for their discipline, a desire to spark a love of learning in students, and a true passion for helping others are part of
You are an innovative school that provides numerous opportunities for your students to learn in a variety of ways based on their strengths and interests. You create daily schedules that make