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From the Tule Lake Segregation Center to the Virtual World

With a 2013 NPS Japanese American Confinement Sites grant, the National Japanese American Historical Society in collaboration with the Bay Area Writing Project, the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and the Tule Lake Committee used newly...

A Love Supreme: Reflections on Why We Continue to Teach | A Special #ce14 Presentation

Over the Summer of 2014, we launched a meetup of self-identified Black male educators hosted at The Center for the Study of Race & Equity in Education. What began out of a friendly conversation of our relative scarcity in classrooms transformed...
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High school English teacher Scott Glass at Glenbrook South in the suburbs of Chicago had always been interested in art and creating, but didn’t do a... Read more
Author: Paul Allison
This post was written by all the teacher-leaders in Sandboxes for Learning who attended the meeting described below December 9-11, 2016: Paul Allison... Read more
Author: Diane Waff
For the past several years, PhilWP has partnered with the Independence National Historical Park  to offer a two-week summer program for students in... Read more
Fun and play can create a more engaging learning environment. One of the units in eighth grade science that exemplifies learning through creative,... Read more
Author: Grace Morizawa
With a 2013 NPS Japanese American Confinement Sites grant, the National Japanese American Historical Society in collaboration with the Bay Area... Read more
Jesse Stommel is Executive Director of the Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies at University of Mary Washington. He is also Director of... Read more
YOUmedia is a teen learning space in various libraries, museums, and afterschool spaces throughout the country. This Case Study focuses on the... Read more
Quest2Learn is a pioneering public school in New York City that offers a promising new model for student engagement. Designed from the ground up by a... Read more

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