Tag Name: teacher reflection

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Protected: Professional Development: Collaboratively Prototyping Science Classroom TasksWe self-organized a professional development experience to increase our skills in integrating engineering design and computational thinking tasks into our physics classrooms.2018
Protected: Transforming Collaborative Culture through Vulnerable Acts of Everyday LeadershipWhen my school colleagues and I started sharing our vulnerable moments, our departmental culture transformed.2018
Protected: From Public School to HomeschoolExperiences in my previous teaching position inform and strengthen my current work as a homeschooling parent.2018
Protected: Difficult Conversations in Support of LGBTQ+ StudentsDifficult, uncomfortable conversations improved school culture for LBGTQ+ youth after our newly-developed gay-straight alliance faced community opposition.2018
Protected: Call and Response: New Ideas for Your TeachingThis past summer, we asked teachers in the Knowles community to tell us: “What’s one thing you are going to try differently in your teaching this upcoming year?” Here are their responses.2018
Protected: From the Editors’ Desk: What is “Normal?”Reconsidering our ideas of what teaching “should be” and what it can be.2018
Protected: Now on Teacher Voice: Process, Process, ProcessIn this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, Knowles Fellows discuss the crucial nature of collaborators in writing impactful stories. Join Kaleidoscope staff members as they explore the impact of a published article and discuss how writing can be an act of leadership.2018
Protected: Progressing Towards Mastery: Reflections on Implementing a Proficiency-Based Grading SystemHow would implementing proficiency-based grading shift our teaching practice?2018
Protected: The “Invisible Knapsack”: Rip it open. Spend it down.I used to think of my whiteness as a burden. Now I realize it is an account that I can cash in to weaken systems of unearned power in my classroom and beyond.2018
Summits and ValleysConnecting my first backpacking experience to the summits and valleys of my beginning years of teaching.2018