Reimagining ‘Leadership’ In (and From) The Classroom

Jennifer Weinblatt teaches 6th Grade English at Harding Academy in Nashville, TN. She is an active member of The Educators' Cooperative and its Leadership Committee. In this installment of the CoOp Corner, she examines how we value leadership and some of the alternative qualities that are worth nurturing. If this were a face-to-face conversation, I would …

Teaching Math the ‘Write’ Way

Joel Bezaire has been leading and innovating from the classroom for many years, and his work as a 7th Grade Math teacher is both inspirational and well worth exploring. A 2016 national finalist for the Rosenthal Prize for Inspiration and Innovation in Math Teaching, Joel leads district and faculty wide professional development and inservice seminars in …

Just curious.

5th Grade Social Studies teacher Connie Fink is starting her year with a new approach to sparking curiosity in her students. She keeps a blog over at http://finkteach.blogspot.com/. Connie believes that blogging is not only a fun way to share and record her experiences teaching and learning, but writing openly about goals, expectations, and experiments with new …