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Follow the Questions: When Teacher Research Becomes School Culture

What happens when an entire school embraces not knowing as part of their culture—and evaluation system?  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: Brian Melton and Ellin Keene Talk "Problems of Practice"

When Brian Melton confirmed that his high school english students were experiencing a creative desert in their course schedules, this became the problem of practice that anchored his action research.  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions: Ellin Keene in Conversation with Tricia Ebarvia

What is one important piece to creating change? Examining practice in community.  (continue reading)

Follow the Questions with Ellin Oliver Keene!

Follow the Questions: Using Action Research to Make Meaningful Change is a new On-Demand course by Ellin Oliver Keene that is designed to support you, your team, or your entire school in taking on the burning questions that keep you up at night and finding ways to support each other on your research journey to not only create change, but positively impact the children you teach every day.  (continue reading)

Salmon, Baby Chicks, and Sparkly Shoes: Teaching Under Quarantine

In planning for what school will look like in the fall, we need to acknowledge the difficulty of teaching in these times, support each other as educators, and acknowledge our professional grief.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Beyond Quick Fixes to Racial Injustice in Education

How do we go beyond the cosmetic fixes of racial inequality in education and go further?  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: What We Do for the Love of Math with Heinemann Fellow Marian Dingle and Dr. Naomi Jessup

Too often, structural and systemic forces keep children from believing that they are good at math, setting them too early on trajectories that determine their level of success.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Dismantling Racism in Education (Rebroadcast)

Three years ago, we started this episode of the podcast by saying; not talking about racism is not a solution. We sought to have a conversation about dismantling racism in education after a Heinemann Fellows panel on the subject. As we listen to this conversation through the lens of 2020, it’s now not enough to talk about dismantling racism, rather we must take actions to be anti-racist.  (continue reading)

Looking Beyond the Surface: Examining Why We Read What We Read

Heinemann Fellow, Julie Kwon Jee, works to bring diverse voices into our classrooms through literature and in the process is reminded why it is necessary.  (continue reading)

“I Bring Change” - The Tools That First-Gen Latinx Students Use to Build Their College Futures

Heinemann Fellow Irene Castillón explores the following question: In what ways can a high school community support their first-generation, Latinx college students as they navigate their first and second years at a four-year college setting?  (continue reading)

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