Educators work on social skills every day; students use social media all day. What does it mean to equip them for the futures they hope for?
Preparing to teach on climate change, bias, and Afghanistan this fall.
Three resources to offer how students can critique their world.
Three resources to help you create safe spaces for queer students.
Three new (and old) calls to embrace, invigorate, and develop reflective practice.
What if audiobooks could lead students to more creative reading and better listening?
This week’s Beyond the Syllabus pinpoints three bright fires worth approaching more closely. Book Cathy Park Hong, Minor Feelings: An Asian American Reckoning. Even before the Atlanta shootings rocked the United States with another round of debates over gun violence and what is or is not a racially-motivated violence, Hong’s collection of essays was a…
Three sources to expand your vision of womanhood, across history and now.
This week’s Beyond the Syllabus brings together of-the-moment public debates, critical research, and retellings of history that cause us to renew our perspective on and passion for discourse in the classroom and beyond.
After a pandemic, and an election, what does work look like for teenagers, and how can educators and employers work together to (re)imagine the future of teen work?