March 2022 Posts


Origami in Mathematics

by Michael Guenette on Mar 23, 2022


All of mathematics is built upon a solid foundation of fundamental mathematical facts. These building blocks allow subsequent ideas to be hypothesized and in many cases proven, adding to the never...

Art Education: Incorporating the Arts into the Social Studies Classroom Post #2

by Caroline Forni on Mar 16, 2022


Research and Literature Review Discipline-Based Art Education (DBAE) is a theory that developed out of the 1960’s when educators and writers began to see art education as its own distinct...

A Cultural Approach to Class Analysis in ELA

by ngodard on Mar 15, 2022

Last year, in a writing conference conducted over Zoom, a student confessed in her college essay draft that she’s “always been afraid to tell people about where [she] lives.” She went on to reveal...

Teacher Loan Forgiveness Program

by Michael Guenette on Mar 15, 2022


  College is expensive. Luckily there are programs that can help to mitigate the cost of an education, and I am here to talk specifically about teacher loan forgiveness. Federal Student Aid...

Teacher Licensure: A Program Off the Traditional Path

by Michael Guenette on Mar 09, 2022


Some people know from the start that they want to work in education. Maybe they had a teacher whose passion for their subject was so influential, and they want to spread the love of their subject...

A Reflection on the Grading of Student Achievement

by Lucia Trudeau on Mar 04, 2022

A Reflection on the Grading of Student Achievement Several years ago, I read a young adult fictional novel that I think every teacher and school administrator would find useful to read, reflect,...