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This Edition: Making Learning Public | Spotlight on Teacher Leadership | Creating Found Poems

Don’t miss your chance to win great prizes as we celebrate YOU, the Tch community — One Million strong!
 
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Sarah Brown Wessling works with students to choose phrases from a text and create a poem around a central theme.
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Dr. Irvin Scott discusses why it’s important for teacher leaders to share their stories.
 
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Last week, I had two amazing opportunities to lead at the NCSM and NCTM annual conferences. It was such a wonderful learning experience that left me in awe of all of the amazing teacher stories and inspiring leadership from teachers around the world. The focus on access and equity in each of the sessions was truly a call to reexamine the way we teach mathematics, with implications for change in instruction across all content areas. For change to occur, all teachers need to take ownership of their learning, reach out to learn from others, and expand their professional learning community beyond their classroom, school, or district.

Lucky for us, the internet provides us the space to share our experiences and learn from our peers on platforms such as blogs, Twitter, and the plethora of resources available on Teaching Channel. Teaching Channel is on the brink of welcoming its millionth member… WOW! One million teachers all learning together in one place. That's so incredibly amazing! This week, I encourage you to take ownership of your learning, share your experiences with others, and join our community at Teaching Channel to expand your professional learning network. I look forward to learning and growing with all of you.

Kristin GrayKristin
Teacher Laureate at Teaching Channel
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Petitions are a concise, direct, and powerful tool to teach the essentials of civic engagement.




 
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Family Engineering Nights invite families and the community to engage with school curriculum in a way that is equitable, interactive, and fun.



 
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