Posts by: ChrisLehman

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
“Making Our Way Across”: Lessons Learned from Minh Lê and Dan Santat’s Drawn Together

“Making Our Way Across”: Lessons Learned from Minh Lê and Dan Santat’s Drawn Together

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by Shawna Coppola and Carla España, TheEdCollab Fellows Join TheEdCollab on Wednesday, July 18 8-9PM EST, for our Summer Book Club chat on Drawn Together “Making Our Way Across”: Lessons ... Read more
Stages of Grief: State Test Score Report Edition

Stages of Grief: State Test Score Report Edition

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post by Elizabeth Lacy-Schoenberger, member of The Educator Collaborative Stages of Grief: State Test Score Report Edition Recently, I received news of my students’ latest reading standardized test scores.  I felt ... Read more
Lockdown

Lockdown

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post by Elizabeth Lacy-Schoenberger, member of The Educator Collaborative Lockdown “Attention students, teachers, and staff.  We are now in immediate hard lockdown mode.  Please follow all procedures regarding hard lockdown immediately. ... Read more

Advice on Interviewing for Teaching Positions, From an English Supervisor Who Learned the Hard Way

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post by TheEdCollab member, Heather Rocco Know Who You Are: Some Advice on Interviewing It took me three years to get my first teaching job.  I graduated college, English and ... Read more
#RozTaughtMe: Post 1 – The Big Book of… Grammar!

#RozTaughtMe: Post 1 – The Big Book of… Grammar!

RozTaughtMe
Over the next several weeks, join us in a celebration of the legacy of Dr. Rozlyn Linder. Our colleague, friend, and important voice in literacy education. While we continue to ... Read more
Supporting Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Students and Educators: Position Statement

Supporting Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Students and Educators: Position Statement

Position Statement
  Position Statement written on behalf of The Educator Collaborative and authored by Dana Stachowiak, Christopher Lehman, and Kristi Mraz, with support from Chantal Francois, Heather Rocco, Carla España, and ... Read more
The Healthy Skeptic

The Healthy Skeptic

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“I believe that while listening and learning is essential to growth, so is questioning, problematizing, and critiquing, particularly when everyone around you is jumping onboard.” – Kate Roberts ... Read more
Building Classroom Communities: The Power of Language

Building Classroom Communities: The Power of Language

Your Next Lesson
“Words shape how we see ourselves and our actions. Words set a path for how we might act in the future. Words can empower us or destroy us.” – Kristi ... Read more
Questioning the Practice of Questioning

Questioning the Practice of Questioning

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Too often “the question” becomes more important than the actual process of questioning. – Christopher Lehman Share this: ... Read more
On the Passing of our Friend and Colleague, Dr. Roz Linder

On the Passing of our Friend and Colleague, Dr. Roz Linder

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Her work has always touched us. Now her work is here for us to carry forward. Her mission is now yours, mine, all of ours. ... Read more