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July 4, 2015
This Week: Democracy
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Reflecting on recent events in Charleston, Teaching Channel CEO Pat Wasley calls on all of us to commit to providing more equitable opportunities for the students we serve.
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See how this imaginative lesson makes the Revolution relevant by turning the historic event into a break-up letter.
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This history lesson fosters a deep understanding of complex, abstract concepts using a variety of photos.
Sarah's Notes

As our nation gathers this weekend to celebrate our independence with family and friends, there’s no doubt that the events in Charleston are having a profound impact on the ways we think about this year’s holiday. Our CEO, Pat Wasley, has taken the time to help us reflect.

This week I’m also reflecting, but doing so with my kids in Rocky Mountain National Park. When we started our little adventure, I reminded them of one of our vacation rules, which is: every day offer to share something with someone else. Perhaps simple, but it’s turned out to be powerful: kindness that begets kindness, the start of a conversation, a softening of defenses. In the spirit of sharing, I thought I’d share a few short strategy videos from my classroom. And remember that you too have amazing insights and ideas to share with your own professional learning networks. Give it a try, offer to share, and see what reverberates back!

Enjoy!

Sarah Sarah Sig
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Img LeftElementary math teacher Kristin Gray collaborates with colleagues face-to-face and virtually in order to share and improve practice. Get tips on how to build your own math support teams.

 
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