Inspiring Students to Take Action

Several people including teachers — and our own staff — were inspired by Janet Jeffries’ student activists. We decided to visit her fifth grade class in part to figure out just how she encourages her students to take a stand. 295 more words

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature: Infant Classroom Explores Mail

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Jill Manasco. Her infant class was learning about communication and decided to spend time learning about mail. 434 more words

Mr. Bowie: On the Link Between the Humanities and the Sciences

Mr. Bowie, an English and Social Studies teacher, talks about his personal opinions regarding the relationship between the humanities and the sciences.


While achieving high grades in the sciences in high school, Mr. 713 more words

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature: Kindergarten Classroom Explores Sol LeWitt

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Rebecca Adams. Rebecca is the Arts Enrichment Educator for kindergarten and has been working on a large mural with the children for the classroom. 756 more words

Museum Education

Newsela <3s Teachers

From our offices to yours, Newsela wants to wish you a happy Teacher Appreciation Week. To celebrate, we asked our bookish staff which teachers helped them learn to love reading and how. 951 more words

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature: Annie Sumner

How did you first hear about The Bar Method Hingham? I had taken Bar Method classes with my sister in Bernardsville, NJ. Each time I visited her I made sure we would take a class together because doing so made me feel so good for the rest of the day. 1,020 more words

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Teacher Feature: Sarah Starling

Name: Sarah Starling

What San Diego neighborhood do you live in: Central San Diego- But I get people sweaty in Mission Valley & UTC

What types of classes do you teach? 847 more words