Antoinette Pippin, a 5th grade teacher at the Dr. Theodore T. Alexander Junior Science Center School in Los Angeles, utilizes artwork to teach students about sustainable ecosystems. Students compare and contrast scientific and artistic characteristics to make claims about the health of an ecosystem and to explore the balance found in nature and art.
January 2017 Archives
Jen Saul, a 3rd grade teacher at East Palo Alto Charter School in California, creates a positive classroom culture by using a classroom pledge to help students remember learning expectations and by supporting students as they learn to work together toward academic success.
Mary Abdul Wajid, a kindergarten teacher at Aspire Berkley Maynard Academy in Oakland, Calif., uses visual aids to help her students recall classroom expectations and determine their needs before asking for help.
Chuck Pack, a math teacher at Tahlequah High School in Oklahoma, shares how he answers students' questions of when they are going to use his lessons beyond the classroom. He helps students make real-world connections to their work so they see the value of the learning process.