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Teacher Feature: Tiffany Renfro

Bar Method Boston was not yet open when you auditioned to be an instructor. How did you learn of The Bar Method’s upcoming arrival to Boston and what inspired you to apply? 1,264 more words

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Teacher Feature: Four Year Old Classroom Explores Don Quixote

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Emma Cowan-Young and Carrie Heflin. Their four year old classroom was learning about Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes and decided to spend a day talking about the royal court. 707 more words

Museum Education

Teacher Feature: Four Year Old Classroom Explores The Invisible Man

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Nicole Pyles. Her four year old classroom was learning about The Invisble Man by H.G Wells and decided to spend a day talking about the digestive system. 639 more words

Museum Education

Teacher Feature: Three Year Old Classroom Explores The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Tina Brimo. Her three year old classroom was learning about super heroes before heading into a unit on art. 768 more words

Museum Education

Teacher Feature: Preschoolers Explore Calder

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Justin Pyles. Justin is our Art Enrichment Educator who works with all of our classrooms. Based on the interests of the preschool children he decided to spend some time teaching them about Calder. 507 more words

Museum Education

Teacher Feature: Kindergartners Explore Insects

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Cathryn Kis. Her kindergarten class was learning about insects and decided to spend a day learning about mosquitoes. 848 more words

Museum Education

Using Formative Assessment to Support Large Classes

One professor’s solution to engaging 600 students in one semester

John D. Hopkins, a senior instructor of physics at Penn State, is a seasoned educator who has taught everything from middle school science and math to college-level physics. 359 more words

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