How Community Support Drives Classroom Innovation

I’m excited to share this Guest Post Written by Jason Vest, an 8th grade Civics teacher at Hungary Creek Middle School in Henrico County, VA (a suburb of Richmond, VA). He has taught U.S. History, World History, been a Head … Continued

Broken Crayons Still Color

Our 5 year olds are obsessed with Legos.  We are not sure what really started it…and to pin point when I would just have to look back at when our bank account balance started dropping on a bi-weekly basis :-). … Continued

Sometimes You Have to Go Slow to Go Fast

  To just simply say that change is a constant would be an understatement, and Education is no exception.  I can look back over the past 18 yearsI’ve been in the profession and rattle off a number of different initiatives that … Continued

​​Edit, Undo, Reflect

I’m excited to share this Guest Post Written by Becky McDowell in response to a discussion in our Innovative Teaching Academy #ITA17! Life-long learner and educator, Becky McDowell, grew up and landed her first teaching job in South Dakota – 8th … Continued