Educator Voices

Regular Radical Readers know that I’ve been writing a ton lately about my experimentation with remote learning experiences over the last three months. And one of my core beliefs is that the best remote learning experiences resemble the best learning experiences that we develop and deliver in...
Is a dump truck a vehicle? What about a skateboard? An elevator? A hamster wheel? These are some of the questions math educator Christopher Danielson has asked — or been asked — while playing a reasoning game he calls “Is It or Not?” The game began with a debate between another math educator,...
The other day, while my children and I were playing outside, the ball we were throwing accidentally flew out of the yard. Under normal circumstances, I would have opened the gate, and we’d race to see who would get it first. But these aren’t normal circumstances. In South Africa, where...
Peaceful, student-led protests have been a powerful force for change throughout American history. In 1925, for example, students at Fisk University staged a 10-week protest to speak out against the school’s president, who didn’t want students starting a chapter of the N.A.A.C.P. In 1940...
Part of teaching during the Black Lives Matter era is helping African American students know and tell their stories with wisdom and urgency and affection. The post The Black Lives Movement In Your Classroom appeared first on TeachThought.

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