April 22, 2017

Circle.

One of the more powerful things I’ve incorporated into my teaching practice over the years is the power of a circle. The first time I can remember experiencing circling up for proactive or restorative purposes was in a graduate-level philosophy and feminism cour...

April 15, 2017

I am a Black woman, an educator, and a PhD candidate, studying multicultural education and how to prepare culturally competent teachers. The following is a tease of the autobiographical work I am doing in my dissertation to analyze culturally and racially insensitive m...

April 8, 2017

Just over a month ago, I blogged about the figurative building of our social-justice-focused elementary school in Costa Rica and the journey I was beginning with this new community.  Our school has been in session for 11 weeks now (whoa) and we’ve finally hit a new ben...

April 1, 2017

What is your JOB?

By Elizabeth Wright

Teachers...with their responsibilities, work, their jobs...their job...what is our job? I never get asked much about my job. Everyone has been through school and pretty much (thinks) they know what I do as a teacher. Take attendance,...

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