GreenNotes

Project-Based Learning Can Make Remote Learning More Meaningful

Project-Based Learning Can Make Remote Learning More Meaningful

By. John Larmer Last spring’s experience of “emergency remote teaching” left many students feeling disengaged from their education. Removed from their classrooms and classmates and missing face-to-face interaction with teachers, it was hard to find the motivation to...

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Of Pivoting and Plastic

By. Melanie Master   Reprinted with permission from Green Teacher #124, Summer 2020. Learn more about Green Teacher’s nonprofit magazine and books at www.greenteacher.com.

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Welcome Back! A letter from our Executive Director

Welcome Back! A letter from our Executive Director

‘Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.’ –Stephen Hawking   Back to school this fall is, well, complex. There have been years when I’ve pulled up some of my previous “back to school” letters and made a few tweaks. That’s not possible this year. We are in...

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Changing the Perspective on Implicit Bias in Education

Changing the Perspective on Implicit Bias in Education

By. Al Johnson There’s an elephant in the room that we need to talk about. It’s called implicit bias and it’s alive and well in our nation’s schools. In a nutshell, implicit bias refers to attitudes and stereotypes we unconsciously hold about people, ideas, and...

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Social Justice and Language Arts

By. Christopher Greenslate   Reprinted with permission from Green Teacher #80, Winter 2007. Learn more about Green Teacher’s nonprofit magazine and books at www.greenteacher.com.

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