Cultivate a Culture of Error

Is your classroom virtual or hybrid? Join a free webinar series from Teaching Channel and the...

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Teaching Channel Talks Episode 31: Let's Talk About Teacher Pay

Do teachers get summers off? Listen to the president of iteach Andrew Rozell and Wendy Amato as...

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Black Brilliance: Leaders You Might Not Teach About But Should

In 1908, Dr.Carter G. Woodson, received his M.A. from the University of Chicago, and in 1912, he...

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What Has Teaching Channel Been Doing?

How many times have you heard 2020 referred to as "unprecedented"? I've lost count of the number...

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Teaching Channel Talks Episode 30: The Fallacy of Color Blindness

Schools are becoming more and more diverse as equity gaps for historically underserved groups...

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Watch a Hybrid Class in Action

Hybrid instruction can feel a bit like juggling–it offers all the challenges of in-person...

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Having Complex Classroom Conversations

What do you do when your student asks a big, hard, nuanced question about self, someone else,...

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Equity-Based Family Engagement

Join Confianza founder Sarah Ottow and Wendy Amato at a free webinar series this February.

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What You Say Matters.

Ever get that unsettling feeling after you have said something that didn’t sit right with your...

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5 Engaging Activities for Virtual Classrooms

In Drive, Daniel Pink outlines that true motivation comes from having opportunities for...

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Strategies for Prioritizing Self-Care This Year

It was 1 am on a school night, and I was still grading student essays. I’d skipped doing any...

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World Language Programs Are Essential

Given that budget cutting is contentious in less challenging times, deciding what to cut at this...

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Distance Teaching Project-Based Curriculum

Teachers have shown remarkable flexibility, ingenuity, and resilience striving to reach their...

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Moving from Crisis to Connections with Kids

This piece was originally published by FutureEd.

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No Judgment. It’s Safe to Be Wrong.

This article was originally published on the Teaching Like a Champion blog on May 26, 2020. It...

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Reflecting on and Being Grateful for What We Can Control

In challenging times, it can be easy to dwell on the negatives — especially as an educator...

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15 Ideas for Building Community in Your Virtual Classroom

Please note: This blog was originally published on Learners Edge’s blog (link to blog) on August...

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Learning Across Lines of Difference

“Reweaving A Peaceful, Equitable, Just World Starts In Our Classrooms”

Civics education matters...

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Using Chat Techniques

“The Chat” is one of the key tools available to educators teaching online, and one of the best...

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3 Secrets from a Stylist to Present Your Best Self Online

Teaching online comes with lots of opportunities and challenges, most of which you’ve probably...

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