Tag: Teachers

Effective Anti-Racist Education Requires More Diverse Teachers, More Training

Palmer says she doesn’t think there can be “a truly anti-racist curriculum unless the teachers have


How Teachers Want Emergency Distance Learning Improved

On teaching in one of the country’s coronavirus epicenters: “The whole first two months and change,


How NYC Students and Teachers are Making Sense of George Floyd’s Killing

Many students and educators across the five boroughs were already dealing with the trauma of illness


Teacher Appreciation Week: What Teachers Would Like to Have During Distance Learning

So many teachers have gone out of their way to reach out to students and families.


Phone Calls Become Crucial Tools for Teachers to Stay in Touch with Students

Schools are often the most trusted places in communities. Families turn to them for information, resources,


How More Teachers are Being Trained in the Science of Reading

NCTQ considered fifteen programs as exceptional, ones that ranged from Arkansas Tech University, the University of


2 Big Teachers Unions Call For Rethinking Student Involvement In Lockdown Drills

In a white paper out Tuesday, the groups say they do not recommend active shooter training


When Teachers Make Room For Their Own Curiosity They Defend It For Children

Case Study #1: Angela has just introduced her class of 7th-grade students to Scratch, offering them


Five Best Practices Teachers Can Learn from Dungeon Masters | MindShift

Sarah Roman, who uses D&D with her high school English students, draws parallels between the work


How the #DisruptTexts Movement Can Help English Teachers Be More Inclusive | MindShift

Bias often shows up in knee-jerk reactions to discussions about changing the texts students read. And