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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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Author: Erin Klein
Working with young children is something I feel very fortunate to be able to do each day. The best part of my day is being able to share great... Read more
Author: Kylie Peppler
It has become increasingly clear that youths' experiences in schools do not match the kinds of experiences they are likely to have once they have... Read more
Author: Chris Sloan
A former student of mine, now in education herself, posed this question on Facebook: "Teacher friends, tomorrow is the day before a vacation [... Read more
"I think the most important thing is finding something you're passionate about. Computer programming worked well for me. But whether it's programming... Read more
Author: Karen Fasimpaur
This white paper from the Hive NYC talks about why working in the open is relevant to their organization. It further describes what working in the... Read more
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... Read more
"I would spend hours as a young 10-year-old coding my home page to host amateurish and practically useless graphics that I'd made...But hey, no... Read more
My first introduction to the book, Teaching in the Connected Learning Classroom, was at the 2014 Urban Sites Conference in Chicago. As I made my way... Read more

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