|Now on Teacher Voice: Compassion
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we contemplate compassion: for our students, for our classrooms, for each other and for ourselves.
|Where Do We Go From Here?
|Trying to figure out how, and what, to teach in a pandemic.
|Call and Response: What did teaching during the pandemic teach you?
|This issue, we asked teachers in the Knowles community: What did teaching during the pandemic teach you? What's something you don't want to go back to? Here is what they had to say!
|Now on Teacher Voice: Changing Careers, Part Two
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we revisit stories from teachers who have come to teaching from another profession. Hear how the experiences they had in their previous professions inform what they prioritize in their teaching today.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Remembering Harry Knowles
|The Kaleidoscope editors reflect on the impacts of Harry’s work with the Knowles Teacher Initiative.
|Call and Response: The Impact of Knowles
|We asked teachers in the Knowles community to reply to this prompt: “C. Harry Knowles, founder of the Knowles Teacher Initiative, passed away recently at 91. How has being a Knowles Fellow impacted your teaching or career?” Here are their responses.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Teaching Means More than Teachers will Ever Know
|A letter from a student changes one teacher’s perception of the power of community.
|Now on Teacher Voice: Changing Careers
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we talk with teachers who have come to teaching after having a different career. What was it that drew these career changers to the teaching profession?
|Call and Response: What is Your Teacher Superpower?
|We asked teachers in the Knowles community to reply to this prompt: “We know that what the non-teaching world thinks of as teacher superpowers are not the superpowers we teachers know to be effective in the classroom. So, we want to know: What is your teacher superpower?” Here are their responses.