Equity & Access Professional Learning
Creating Connectional and Critical Curriculum, from Family Dialogue Journals: School-Home Partnerships that Support Student Learning
Journals allow students, parents, and teachers to engage actively as they question and reason together. Inquiry has the power to transform a list of learning objectives into powerful topics of discussion and negotiation. As we participated in a more inquiry-based approach in our classrooms, we found that because students are learning and understanding at a deeper level as they engage with the journals and their family members, there is actually enough time to fit it all in. More importantly, our students retained the knowledge much better because of the active role they played in questioning, inquiring, and learning.
Inner Realms Journey
If you can imagine the place where role-playing games, meditation, and mindfulness meet for fun and learning, you might be close to Inner Realms Journey.Read more
The Write Time with Author Janae Marks, Educator Terri Fredrick, and Tesla
Nikki Grimes, author of From the Desk of Zoe Washington, is interviewed by Eastern Illinois Writing Project Director, Terri Fredrick and her 7th-grade daughter, Tesla.Read more