Joel Bezaire, a 7th grade Pre-Algebra teacher at University School of Nashville, reminds us that creativity is all around us. *originally published April 6, 2021 Teachers are artists. They craft, […]
Cohort 3 member Natalie Elliot recently ‘’sat down” virtually with two Edco teachers, Chris Martin and Kevin Hritz. Chris teaches 5th grade Literacy at Meigs Magnet and Kevin teaches 8th […]
It has been said recently that we have lost a year of instruction, and without a doubt we know this was a tough year, and we know for students unable […]
EdCo teacher Ansley Glenn is a 6th Grade Math Teacher at Harpeth Hall. Listening to her first year experience is a reminder of the hope and resilience of new teachers. […]
As we gear up for the start of school after a year of unknowns and incredible losses, our mental health and the mental health of our students is more important […]
This post was originally published on July 12, 2017 by Kyleen Shyer at https://educatorscooperative.com/2017/07/12/summer-is-for-learning/. Mid-July. As an educator, where does that fall in your “summer calendar?” For educators around Nashville, […]
Written by Greg O’Loughlin, high school educator and founder of The Educators’ Cooperative. Our annual Summer Workshop is the place that nurtures and grows a community of educators in Nashville […]
EdCo Members Amber Thienel, MNPS District Lead Numeracy Coach in the South, and Anie Hall, 9th grade English teacher at Hendersonville High School, were both asked, “What’s something you plan […]
Written by Greg O’Loughlin, High School Teacher and Founder/Director of The Educators’ Cooperative It is that time of year again! Every February, the teachers of The Educators’ Cooperative bring our […]
Teachers are on the leading edge of virtual community building. Written by Greg O’Loughlin, the founder of a collaborative community for teachers and 12th grade English teacher at Templeton Academy. […]
It is impossible to go “back to school” this year. Whatever it is that we are moving towards is not the school we left, and there’s no going back. That could be good news.
Learn about Alecia Ford’s journey from the science lab to the science classroom in the latest EdCo Teacher Spotlight.