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Join us Friday, March 2nd for our half-day symposium Elevating Responsive and Responsible Teaching. Together with exemplary local teacher leaders, including current and past Oregon State Teachers of the Year, we’ll explore ways to ensure that students are greeted by teachers and learning environments that nurture and engage their personal and cultural histories. Combining panel…
with Lauren Hill
Join teachers across TeachingPartners as together we explore and share the key conditions that support teachers’ work with students who bring gifts and challenges to the classroom. We’re coming together to explore what it means to work with culturally- and linguistically-diverse students, special-needs and gifted students, and students with other unique needs. Please join us!
with Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa
Dorina Sackman-Ebuwa, 2014 Florida State Teacher of the Year, shares how she provides genuinely differentiated instruction that meets her ELL students exactly where they are.
Grades 3-5, Grades 6-8
with Rebecca Mieliwocki
Rebecca Mieliwocki, 2012 National Teacher of the Year, shares how Genius Hour makes school relevant, meaningful, and challenging for her students.
with Jane McMahon
Jane McMahon, 2014 Wisconsin State Teacher of the Year, shares how she uses Young-Adult literature to teach about social justice.
Grades 6-8, Grades 9-12
with Sophia Faridi
Sophia Faridi shares how she employs math-based concepts to reinforce grammar skills and help students analyze complex sentences.
Creating an environment that encourages inclusion students to feel welcome and confident in a general education classroom
with Jemelleh Coes
Jemelleh Coes, Georgia’s 2014 Teacher of the Year, shares how she creates an environment that encourages inclusion students to feel welcome and confident in a general education classroom.