In a recent series of interviews, Amy Nystrand, Program Director of the Educators’ Cooperative asked members, “What is one thing you wish non-teachers knew about teaching and teachers?” and without […]
Program Director and EdCo Member, Amy Nystrand recently ‘’sat down” virtually with Edco teacher Nita Smith. Nita is the 5th through 8th grade piano, general music, and choral music teacher […]
By Amanda Banik Teaching is tough. Not only is the expectation that we are instructional experts, but also parents, social workers, counselors, nurses, and at times even referees. You name […]
Program Director and EdCo Member, Amy Nystrand recently ‘’sat down” virtually with EdCo Member Mike Mitchell. Mike serves primarily as the Arts Director for Mt. Pleasant schools, as well as […]
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. […]
As a 4th grade teacher, I spend most of my time pondering how to improve lessons for my students, how to connect with each and every one of them individually, […]
Listening to our educators speak is a quick reminder of the joy, excitement, and natural talent that dynamic teachers bring to into their classrooms and change the face of education.
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.
The courage demonstrated by our Black brothers and sisters bringing their grief and trauma to bear for justice and for a more equitable society is a violent burden that they […]
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 […]