Showing posts from 2018

End of Year Goodbyes

It's Time to Teach Resistance

Three Lessons from Dolores Huerta

The Books That Shaped My School Year

A Year of Experts in the Classroom

Quick Thursday Thoughts

Making the Final School Days Count

Today I am Proud

What Would it Take to Really Appreciate Teachers?

Entering the Reflection Phase of the School Year

Test Day Differences

"White people don't want Black kids in their school"

Middle School Injustice in New York City Schools

"Donald Trump had different opportunities"

Going for Broke, But Not Going Alone

What I Believe about Teaching and Learning

Social Emotional Whack-a-Mole (or Why I Hate That Starfish Story)

Rethinking My Interests, and Tackling STEM Equity

Good Trouble in the Classroom

When the Kid Who Never "Struggles" Finally Does

Defending Robert E. Lee and Defining "History"

Talking about Parkland with My 5th Graders

#RacistReady: Reading About Robert E. Lee’s “Struggle”

The 99th Day of School (and 19th Day of Testing)

"If you're white, how come you care so much about teaching Black history?"

Black Lives Matter Week of Action in Schools - Wednesday Reflection

"Who made up the lie?": Reflections on Youth Led Inquiry into Race and Racism (Part 1)