Students Leading PD, a Powerful Shift in Learning

Students Leading PD, a Powerful Shift in Learning

As I dive back into my imperfect journey of writing, I will attempt to capture a shift in learning that I hope all of you experience as soon as possible. If you have already experienced it, I encourage you to recreate it or hand your students the […]

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STEM is for Everyone

STEM is for Everyone

She may be the granddaughter, niece, and daughter of a math teacher and the twin sister of a math/science-oriented brother, but Jennifer Donais, K-8 STEM Coach at Amesbury Public Schools in Amesbury, Massachusetts did not consider herself a “STEM […]

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Promoting Student Agency in Learning

Promoting Student Agency in Learning

Over the past two school years, educators, students, and their families have experienced learning and living in new ways. There have been many challenges that we have all faced in education. For some educators, it was a necessary push to take risks, […]

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Genius Hour- Beyond a Class Period

Genius Hour- Beyond a Class Period

It’s not often that students find themselves unable to move, caught in a state of disbelief at something they’ve just discovered.  It’s even rarer that they sprint across the classroom to share their discoveries with their teachers and classmates. […]

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Why PBL is Key to Meeting Profile of a Graduate Goals

Why PBL is Key to Meeting Profile of a Graduate Goals

Does your school or district have a “profile of a graduate”? They’re also called “ideal graduate” descriptions, and you might have heard of a “learner profile” and the older term “school-wide outcomes.” It’s a vision of what a school or district […]

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