Educator Voices

For the first time in her decade of teaching, Coral Zayas is eating lunch every day. It may sound small, but for her, it’s a major victory. “I don’t normally eat three meals a day, because I’m usually working and don’t even think about it,” Zayas said in September. In addition to...
Data for the project comes from administration officials from the principal upward, all of whom have every reason to want schools open ASAP. The post What The ‘Schools Aren’t Superspreaders’ Argument Misses About COVID appeared first on TeachThought.
A range of guests is invited into our classroom (virtually) to broaden our knowledge and global perspective. The post From Creativity To Assessment, A Checklist For Teachers Today appeared first on TeachThought.
The classroom is a buzz of opinions and perspectives. Teacher Liz Kleinrock tries to keep up, capturing the comments of her fourth graders on an easel pad at the front of the class. What has gotten all of these ten year-olds so engaged? It’s not sports, superheroes, or summer vacation plans. These...
Imagine Wales, Scotland and Ireland leaving the UK in a decade, rejoining the EU and becoming a new country: United Celtic Nation. Today the Prime Minister of the UK said this (btw, Australian-style is code for ‘hard brexit / deal’: Every crisis is an opportunity in...

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