Skip to main content

Join the Community

or Close

Search

CTQ Blogs

CTQ bloggers write about transforming teaching. Share their posts and chime in!

Featured

What are You Doing to Encourage Curiosity in Your TEACHERS?

1 comment

In a response to my recent bit on the importance of encouraging curiosity in the classroom, an undergraduate education student going by LaurenUSA made

Featured

3 Things that Don't Suck about the Common Core Math Standards

6 comments

We've all heard the complaints about Common Core math--from both parents and students. Here are 3 reasons why Common Core math is actually a GOOD thing for students.

Featured

The evolution of “grading” teachers

4 comments

Why we need to reconsider the "value-added" that value-added measures supposedly lend to teacher evaluation.

Latest Blog Posts

Noah Zeichner

July 5, 2015

Talking About Summer

3 comments

My last day of school was June 17. In the days leading up to summer vacation, the majority of hallway conversations that I had with colleagues revolved around summer plans. At the same time, I couldn't help but notice a few snarky "Wow, it must be nice to have the summers off" comments from non-educators and even from one parent.

Continue Reading…

Marcia Powell

July 3, 2015

Introduction

2 comments

There's a reason for that straight line, miss.  Don't cross over it and you'll be fine.

So here's my question:  do you cross the line, or not? What is your reasoning?  Is it valid?  Is it customary?  Can we paint over the line?  Drop it into a pot of boiling water so it bends and, like a spaghetti noodle, morphs into a curlique shape? Does the color of the line matter, or it the authority it represents something you believe in?

Continue Reading…

Liz Prather

June 30, 2015

The Dylann Roofs I Have Known

5 comments

In 1996, I assigned my class to read an essay by an African-American author and came face to face with racist resistance.  When I saw the arrest of South Carolina Dylann Roof for the killing of nine people, I recognized that face from many I had seen in my own classroom. 

Continue Reading…

Subscribe to Blogs

Stay Informed

Sign up to receive the latest news and events through email!

Sign Up