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Connecting Ellis Island and Immigration to Historical Fiction in the Upper Elementary Classroom

Connecting Ellis Island and Immigration to Historical Fiction in the Upper Elementary Classroom

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post by Jackie Epler, 2018-2019 Associate of The Educator Collaborative Connecting Ellis Island and Immigration to Historical Fiction in the Upper Elementary Classroom As educators, we all have our favorite ... Read more
Una carta para mis estudiantes en su graduación / A letter for my pre-service and in-service teachers on their graduation

Una carta para mis estudiantes en su graduación / A letter for my pre-service and in-service teachers on their graduation

#31daysIBPOC
post by Carla España, Fellow of The Educator Collaborative, for her May 26 entry to #31daysIBPOC (31daysIBPOC.wordpress.com), a project hosted by Kim Parker and Tricia Ebarvia. Visit the project’s website ... Read more
Making Predictions Beyond Books: Students Expect What They Experience

Making Predictions Beyond Books: Students Expect What They Experience

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post by Mark Overmeyer, 2018-2019 Associate of The Educator Collaborative Making Predictions Beyond Books: Students Expect What They Experience A very common reading strategy asks students to make predictions about ... Read more
Lloyd A. Barbee and Wisconsin’s Search for Justice After Brown v. Board

Lloyd A. Barbee and Wisconsin’s Search for Justice After Brown v. Board

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by Christopher Lehman, Founding Director of The Educator Collaborative This story, like all stories of race and class in U.S. public schools, develops along twin plot lines of passionate activism ... Read more
Making the World a Kinder Place: Participating in The Global Kind Project

Making the World a Kinder Place: Participating in The Global Kind Project

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by Brittany Howell and Lisa Stone, 2018-2019 Associate Cohort members Making the World a Kinder Place: Participating in The Global Kind Project This week TheEdCollab kicked off our 2019 Global ... Read more
5 Reasons to Join the Spring 2019 #TheEdCollabGathering

5 Reasons to Join the Spring 2019 #TheEdCollabGathering

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by Shawna Coppola, TheEdCollab Fellow, and Christopher Lehman, TheEdCollab Founding Director 5 Reasons to Join #TheEdCollabGathering Join us live, online, this Saturday, April 6! Not able to? The entire K-12 ... Read more
#TheEdCollab is Proud to Join the #EducatorEquity Pledge

#TheEdCollab is Proud to Join the #EducatorEquity Pledge

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The Educator Collaborative is proud to join in the Educator Equity pledge. We know the work needed to upend the structural biases within our profession will take collective, critical, and ... Read more