Shift Your Thinking and Brighten Your Life

December 19, 2019
By Tracy Wagers, Field Coach, Urban Residency We’re tired.  Our to-do lists are long and somehow, getting longer.  If you

Creating Classrooms Worthy of Students & Filling the Teacher Shortage

Professional Learning This year, the Professional Learning team expanded their work nationally and refined their process to meet the needs

Why Arguments Matter

December 16, 2019
By Stevi Quate, PEBC Staff Developer, Author, National Consultant As I watched the impeachment proceedings, I heard politicians from both

The Writing Workshop in Elementary Classrooms

December 9, 2019
Stevie Townsend, PhD “How many of you have made bread? Or, tasted homemade bread?” Five of my twenty seven new

Grateful for Family… and Colleagues

November 26, 2019
By Senior Staff Developer Nancy Meredith Amidst the wonderful aromas of roasting turkey, dressing, and the ‘family’ scalloped corn (a

What are you thankful for this year?

November 21, 2019
As we enter into the holiday season, there are many things to be thankful for. Here at PEBC, we’re thankful

PEBC Teacher Residency Alumni Panel

November 10, 2019
PEBC Teacher Residency Alumni Brent Appelbaum, Kathleen Campbell and Meg Cypress share their thoughts about the importance of the PEBC

Workshop as a Vehicle for Agency

November 4, 2019
By Sathya Wandzek, Director of Field Staff Collaboration When I was a teacher in the classroom, my number one goal was

Student Talk Clarifies Thinking

October 29, 2019
by Mary Korte and Ana Mettler, Jefferson County Open School Teachers The Loch at Andrews Tarn This past weekend I stood at

“Even if I had all the money in the world, I’d be teacher.”

October 21, 2019
While some people are moved by a beautiful piece of art or well-crafted, stirring poetry, Nicole Snelgrove is inspired by

‘Where the Wild Things Are’ in Practice

By Nancy Meredith, Senior Staff Developer for PEBC Pumpkins landing on front steps morphing from ordinary farm pumpkins to Halloween

“I am so grateful to PEBC for opening that door.”

October 15, 2019
What does a bartender with a math degree do when they realize their true calling is to be a teacher?

Join us for An Evening to Elevate Educators

October 9, 2019
by Mike Neustedter We are doing great work and we can’t wait to show you more at An Evening to

“This is where I’m supposed to be”

September 17, 2019
As a math and science teacher at William Smith High School in Aurora, Colo., Brendan Harrison says he consistently utilizes

What does it mean to coach? Consider the 4 A’s

September 9, 2019
As I gasped through the end of my workout recently, I reflected on the conversation I had with my coach

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