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Follow Along with our Learning in Charleston!

From Friday January 17, 2020 to Monday, January 20, we will be immersed in inquiry in Charleston, SC, at Curiosity Across the Curriculum: Pursuing Engagement, Literacy, and Action through Inquiry hosted by "Smokey" Daniels, Nancy Steineke, Chad Everett, Kristin Ziemke, and Sara Ahmed.  (continue reading)

Presenting the 2019 Donald Graves Breakfast: The Antidotes to Orthodoxy

Here, you will find videos of all of the speakers from this year’s Donald Graves Living Legacy Breakfast.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Inquiry as a Process for Educators AND Students

To understand how to authentically bring the cycle of inquiry to your students, we need to reflect upon how this process looks in our adult lives.  (continue reading)

Multi-Day Institutes: Making the Case to Attend

Time spent with colleagues in professional development away from school provides numerous benefits. But often, two huge barriers exist: finding funding and making the solid case to attend, telling the story of this kind of experience.  (continue reading)

Curious About this Multi-Day Institute?

This incredible weekend of learning invites us to embrace the inquiry process we wish our students to experience, trying out everything we will ask of them, as we commit to the more engaging and challenging practice of student-directed inquiry.   (continue reading)

What Are Name Stories?

Name stories are individuals’ explanations of the personal or traditional meaning, importance, or origin of their names  (continue reading)

Sara K. Ahmed's Being the Change - The Audiobook!

Learn more about the audiobook of Being the Change by Sara Ahmed!  (continue reading)

What Are Microaggressions?

Microaggressions are comments relating to someone’s identity that leave a lasting, negative impression on the receiver of the message.  (continue reading)

What Is Implicit Bias?

It's important to talk about bias because we can't work against something that we don't know exists.  (continue reading)

PLC Series: Examining Systems and Practices to Change Outcomes

If we accept that discomfort is inevitable but silence is not a strategy, what practices or systems in your school can you examine in order to confront and change outcomes for students of color?  (continue reading)

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