“Culturally Responsive Teaching” (CRT) is one of education’s many buzz-terms. If you’re like me, you have some knowledge of what CRT is all about, you’re convinced that it’s very important, but you’re no expert practitioner. You feel like you are doing some things well, but you know there are probably many ways you could do better. Also, if you’re currently teaching, any more … [Read more...] about Rademacher Shares CRT Example
Archives for October 2018
We are happy to announce the availability of a new digital module: Supporting School Dependent Learners! In this module, you'll learn ways to support students whose complete learning is often dependent on the support they get from their school communities. The module will take 3-4 hours to complete and can be worked through at your own pace over multiple sessions. Just return … [Read more...] about PD: Supporting School Dependent Learners
Welcome to our clearinghouse of resources to support Distance Learning during periods of school closure. We recognize that we are all learning new ways of working with our students and families, and that the collective wisdom of all our staff is critical to our success. This site will continue to grow as we develop plans for various student groups. We need you! We have a … [Read more...] about Teacher Resources for Distance Learning
Do you have a classroom project that you'd like to put in place, but could use some funding to get started? Or perhaps you'd like to learn a new skill that you could share with your colleagues? If so, you should check out Education Minnesota Foundation's grant opportunities. The Foundation has Classroom Grants of up to $3,000 for for licensed personnel who work with students … [Read more...] about Education Minnesota Foundation Classroom Grant Opportunities
Effective teachers give good feedback, and good feedback directly helps kids learn better. Do you have mad feedback skilz? Take this five-question quiz to find out! Featured image credit: Jonathan Kos-Read (Thanks!) … [Read more...] about Are you a Student Feedback Ninja?