by Nicholas Emmanuele | 9.16.21
Last school year, I had a student who told me near the end of the semester, “I think I have a C.” I could see in her work that she was earning a high B or even an A. I asked why she thought she had a C, and she said, “Well, I’m just a C student in English. That’s what I always get.”
by Sydney Chaffee | 9.9.21
I work as a teacher coach in addition to teaching my own students, and I’ve been meeting with fellow educators as we all get ready to head back. The other
by Ralph Aiello | 9.9.21
“When our students are planning their futures, they count on the adults in their school communities for guidance. But often, the voices students are most likely to listen to are
by Dawn Harris | 8.30.21
We teachers are preparing students to become teammates and leaders, coaches and mentors, neighbors and community members.
by Sara Wilcox | 8.18.21
When my students come in on the first day of school, I say, ‘Welcome. I’m Mrs. Wilcox. Can you tell me who you are?'”
by Jillian DuBois | 7.28.21
At the end of last school year, I sat down and asked my students, “How have you failed this year?” It sounded like a tough question, but that’s exactly why I was asking.
by Livia Chan | 6.27.21
In the very first week of school, my students and I have a conversation about our comfort zones. I draw a circle and say, “Everything inside this circle is what’s in your comfort zone: All the things that you do without even batting an eye.”
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 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.
by Darius Wimby | 5.26.21
As I was planning for this current school year, I knew I wanted to do something different, curriculum-wise, with my students, because I felt like I wasn’t giving them the total learning experience in my first two years. When I was first developing the course, I came across the question, “What is power?”
by Sara Wilcox | 5.11.21
This year, I’m a sixth grade social studies teacher at a school for students whose families have opted for remote learning, and I’m grateful to be part of a team that has found our groove.