Resource Round-up: Teaching Juneteenth

by | 6.16.21

We’ve heard from you and your fellow teachers that Juneteenth offers a powerful opportunity for students to deepen their understanding of Black history – and for educators to promote a culture of anti-racism in the classroom.

#DearTeachers: I’m so proud of us all.

by | 5.3.21

I’ve been teaching for 13 years, and this past school year has been like nothing I’ve ever seen … and nothing I ever imagined. Flip-flopping between groups of students, teaching with a mask, teaching with a shield, teaching over a screen – it was the hardest thing I’ve ever done.

Empowering Students Means Affirming Every Voice – and Every Body

by | 4.23.21

As an educator, I care about empowering and inspiring for every single one of my students. In my teaching journey, I’ve learned a lot about using student voice and choice to promote student participation, justice and inclusion. These strategies and the role of social justice in my teacher training has influenced these values.