#TakeAKnee: A Lesson in Conflict Resolution
#TakeAKnee ramped up this fall as NFL players—some with the support of team owners—engaged in various forms of validation for the action first taken by Colin Kaepernick, even as the blowback they faced intensified. High school...Read more
It doesn't matter what grade you teach, where you're from, or the abilities of your students, it just matters that we inspire and empower ALL students to be giving and caring citizens.
Guest blog post by Beth Smith, Consultant, generationOn Indiana...Read more
What does it mean to TeachOne?
Learning to Give lessons, written by teachers like you, teach the principles of philanthropy and action of service in a meaningful context. Students learn that we ALL have something to give to make the world a better place....Read more
Guest blog post by Beth Smith, Consultant, generationOn Indiana
Students who receive special education services often thrive when given alternative, authentic methods to practice and demonstrate mastery of skills. Service-learning...Read more
“The purpose of life is not to be happy. It is to be useful, to be honorable, to be compassionate, to have it make some difference that you have lived and lived well.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson
Helping children succeed at school is a priority for...Read more
Professional Development and a Little Summer R&R
Guest Blog by Ryan Steuer, Executive Director at Magnify Learning
As classrooms empty and pools fill up, we have an opportunity each year to reflect on what...Read more
In Part IV, and our final installment of our Service-Learning in a Rural vs. Urban Setting series, we discuss the structure of local districts and how structure might influence planning and implementing service-learning projects. This article is intended to introduce some of the differences that...Read more