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Which teaching strategies are you applying in order to support students and teachers this new school year? For educators like Audrey Cohan of Molloy College, it is helpful to look into existing strategies used by newcomer schools for immigrant and English-learner students.
Here's another great way the TrueNorth Student Voice App helps transform education for those that use it! 🌎 Learn more about how you can increase accountability in your school or district TODAY by visitingmyinspirededucation.comO.b
A couple of years after getting invited to intern at NASA, Liza is now bringing satellite technology to schools through Cloud to Classroom, allowing students to study changes in our climate more accessibly. What's your most important learning about #edtech over the past year?
The pandemic encouraged teachers to develop a host of practices that have ultimately made their teaching more effective β€” more than a year into the crisis brought on by COVID-19, we're identifying them to help you become better at your craft.
Our thought leaders take pride in helping schools create a learning environment that not only implements high-impact classroom practices, but is also a safe space for students of all genders and races. Read about their areas of expertise at
Did you know that August 9 is National Book Lover's Day? πŸ“š Let us know in the comments if you've ever tried any of these four examples, or if you have other great ideas for making reading fun in the classroom!u
As we look towards a new school year filled with uncertainty, we hope to bring inspiration to the educators who continue to move us with their optimism and will to get through whatever adversity is thrown their way. Your students are forever changed because of your strength. 🍎c
While we grapple with the possibility of more restrictions due to the Delta variant, school leader Jeanie Johnson offers up advice: be consistent in setting clear protocols, prioritize communication with families, and provide the support necessary to create safe learning spaces.
This National Black Women's #EqualPayDay let's talk about the existing inequalities in the wage earned by Black women vs. that which is received by their white, non-Hispanic counterparts. Swipe through to read more and learn how you can discuss this in your classroom!
Today we're sharing with you fellow educators and school leaders' thoughts on the #TrueNorth Student Voice App after implementing it in their own schools and classrooms πŸ‘‰ Don't forget to visitmyinspirededucation.comO to learn more or schedule a demo today!C
Today we honor the Math teachers who are constantly working to reimagine the way Math is taught as a subject β€” we hope this dose of inspiration fuels you to keep changing and shaping the minds of our future generations!
This week's #InspiredTeacher is @mathequalslove, who believes that Math is fun β€” an advocacy that she makes known through her blog, and the creative ways that she designs her lessons. Do you also believe that STEM can be fun? 🍎A
We're taking a closer look at how we're promoting differentiated learning and increased student growth through the TrueNorth app! Watch today's video to learn more, or visit for the rest of our #HighImpact teaching strategies. 🍎 #InspiredEducationnS
A recent study reveals that reading for fun provides multiple benefits to the development of the different cognitive and verbal skills of students β€” today we discuss how teachers may promote a love for #reading, alongside teaching helping students excel academically.
#Reading must be an immersive experience β€” which is why it's important that we provide students with opportunities to read books of their choice, books that allow them to learn more than just grammar and comprehension, and books that will make them worldly, empathic individuals.
Dr. CΓ©sar Morales understands the importance of developing a love for reading β€” it's the reason he founded a bilingual-literacy program, which provides students thousands of English and Spanish e-books and the technology necessary for them to access these. #InspiredLeader
Join thousands of schools across the globe who are transforming teaching and learning for their teachers and students through the TrueNorth Student Voice App! Read how we're changing lives through cutting-edge technology by visiting 🌎 #edtechhj
Studies show that students are increasingly feeling less connected in the classroom. It is critical, therefore, for school leaders and teachers to review their current ways of teaching and ensure that it promotes the development of better teacher-student relationships.
Here's a message of inspiration for educators everywhere β€” perfect for celebrating #MakeADifferenceToChildrenMonth this July! We are with you as you make the world a much better place, one student at a time. ✨
Ensuring that the individual needs of every student is met is an important but often overlooked task in the classroom. For educators who feel overwhelmed, it is helpful to break up a large class into learning groups where each student can learn with their peers. #TuesdayTip
Glenn Singleton is an esteemed author and educational strategist whose decades-long work towards achieving racial equity is a true embodiment of what we continually aim to achieve with our partner schools. Read more about his work at #InspiredEducation
As a local activist, former history teacher Ana Paula Ferreira De Lima has dedicated herself to helping indigenous girls speak up for their educational rights. Do you know of other #InspiredLeaders that are working to bring education to students that are being deprived of it? πŸ‘‡B
It's important that we acknowledging the issues faced by Indigenous Peoples β€” teachers can do their part by informing themselves of what IPs are going through, providing their indigenous students an inclusive classroom, and teaching a version of history that celebrates IPs.
While fourth of July celebrations may be over, we hope that today's #foodforthought continues to inspire you to help your students become individuals who are constantly working for a more diverse, inclusive, and free world. 🌎 #WednesdayWisdomme
With much work still to be done until we see a fully inclusive curriculum across all schools, the task of teaching history that is meaningful to a diverse student body is left to the teachers. Here's a quick #TuesdayTip on how you can ensure that.
By providing schools with evaluation methodologies across different facets of their learning environment, we help provide them with the tools that they need to make informed and holistic professional learning strategies. #InspiredLearning
We hope that you all have a safe and happy #FourthofJuly weekend, and may you celebrate it for what it truly means β€” our nation's independence, and a chance to reflect on what that truly means for you.
It's summer, which is the perfect time to indulge in a book to reflect on the past year, inform your teaching strategies, or de-stress and get inspired! Swipe through for our 2021 #SummerRead picks and let us know which one you're excited to check out below πŸ‘‡2
We are in awe of Ms. Charlotte Grace β€” not just for the ways through which she is helping transform lives through education, but for her dedication towards uplifting teachers. We, like her, look up to educators as our #1 inspiration, and are committed to supporting them always.
As teachers and school leaders take this time to prepare for another year ahead, it's important to assess which areas of professional development are important to focus on. Read today's #TuesdayTip for our take on how they should approach professional development this summer.
Seasons and school years will come and go, but the impact you make will remain. Here's to all of the teachers who strive to become better educators everyday, so they can help everyone else become the best version of themselves! We are forever indebted to you. #MondayMotivation
One of the lessons learned by educators this past year is the importance of using technology β€” and as schools prepare to go back to "normal", it's important that they continue to use it to enrich their own teaching strategies. #LetsTalkAbout exactly how they can do that. πŸ‘‰e
Started by two best friends, our founders learned the value of collaboration when they overcame challenges by inspiring each other to dream bigger. Our mission is to bring that same level of co-creation and inspiration to the students, teachers, and leaders we serve.
This is at the very core of what we do at Inspired Education β€” and as we continue on with what we do, we invite all of you to remember these words of wisdom and use it as fuel for days when you need a reminder of why you do what you do. ✨ #InspiredLearning
An huge part of what we do is ensuring that our partner schools have the data to determine their students' learning needs. But we know that interpreting this data can be overwhelming β€” so today we're sharing how you can begin approaching the data that you have! #TuesdayTip
From helping school leaders improve their practices, to working with them in engaging parents better, we are committed to creating transformative outcomes that will help schools become future-forward institutions. to learn more. #InspiredLearning
We commit to constantly evaluate the work that we do and ensure that we are making steps towards creating more inclusive spaces inside and outside the classroom. Happy #Juneteenth! β€πŸ’šοΏ½u2
The historical and cultural significance of #Juneteenth is reason enough for it to be honored by every single American -- so today we're discussing a brief history of Juneteenth, and why it's imperative that we uphold its legacy inside the classroom. πŸ‘‰ #LetsTalkAboutJuneteenthhg
Dr. Baron Davis is the first African American to become superintendent in Richland School District Two β€” and it's this lack of representation that drives him: "You can’t keep saying there’s not enough Black men in education. What are you going to do about it?" #InspiredLeader
By educating the next generation on our history and its connection with our current society, you empower them with the knowledge and ability to make lasting changes. This is why today's #TuesdayTip is all about #Juneteenth, and how you can honor this day in your class. πŸ‘‰B
Here's a little bit of #inspiration β€” we encourage you to continue letting your fight for freedom color everything that you do, for the betterment of our world, and the people that are living in it. #MondayMotivation
You'll always find evidence for whatever it is you choose to believe in -- so this weekend, don't forget to think about how much you love and accept yourself, set an intention, and see it come to reality! #SlowdownSaturday
Our thought leader collaborative works with schools' leadership teams and trains them across these six driving forces of instructional leadership. Interested in making some of these much-needed changes with us? Visit to schedule your needs assessment!
The earth needs YOU β€” and so does every person in it! Today we're discussing why the only way to achieve climate justice is to advocate for social justice, and why your role matters in creating a better world for all! #LetsTalkAbout #IntersectionalEnvironmentalism
Today we're inspired by Sharleen Loh, who founded STEMup4Youth in 2013, with the aim of bringing STEM classes to underprivileged kids. Since then, her organization has taught over 50,000 kids -- a true example that no effort is too small to make an impact. πŸ’– #InspiredStudenttt
Happy #WorldOceansDay! If you ever feel stumped as to how you can engage your students on this topic, we encourage you to lean into the truth, let them know that there is hope, and that they hold the power to save our oceans. #TuesdayTip
Each brand new week is an new opportunity to change the world ✨ As we get a day closer to celebrating #WorldOceansDay, we'd love to know -- how are you and your students helping protect our oceans? πŸ‘‡S
Read up on our High Impact Classroom Practices and how we use them to create a personalized, highly scalable teaching framework for each educator by visiting #InspiredLearning #Teachers #Educators
Talking to your LGBTQ+ students' families about their gender identity is incredibly important in ensuring that they feel accepted and supported. So in honor of #PrideMonth, we are sharing a few tips and reminders on how you can help families support your LGBTQ+ students. πŸ‘‰s
Educational consultant Alaine Jolicoeur knows all too well the importance of providing safe environments and visibility for LGBTQ+ youth. We admire her passion and determination towards this cause, and are honored to put forth her message for all LGBTQ+ educators: #PrideMonth
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