|When to Share the Bread
|On reflecting on the American fable The Little Red Hen, storyteller Jamie Melton analyzes this idea of laziness as it applies to her classroom. The story teaches us that hard work is rewarded—a seemingly uncomplicated moral.
|Call and Response: Tiny Successes
|We asked our community: What is a tiny success you experienced recently? Here is what they had to say!
|Now on Teacher Voice: Changing Careers, Part Two
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we revisit stories from teachers who have come to teaching from another profession. Hear how the experiences they had in their previous professions inform what they prioritize in their teaching today.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Remembering Harry Knowles
|The Kaleidoscope editors reflect on the impacts of Harry’s work with the Knowles Teacher Initiative.
|Now on Teacher Voice: Changing Careers
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, we talk with teachers who have come to teaching after having a different career. What was it that drew these career changers to the teaching profession?
|Now on Teacher Voice: Process, Process, Process
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, Knowles Fellows discuss the crucial nature of collaborators in writing impactful stories. Join Kaleidoscope staff members as they explore the impact of a published article and discuss how writing can be an act of leadership.
|Now on Teacher Voice: An Inquiry into Good Teaching
|In this episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, Knowles Fellows share their thinking around good teaching: What can good teaching look like? How can we recognize it in ourselves & others? How do we sustain ourselves as we strive to become good—and better—teachers?
|Now on Teacher Voice: #teach180
|In our inaugural episode of Teacher Voice: The Podcast, Knowles Fellows explore how Twitter’s #teach180 changed their teaching.
|From the Editors’ Desk
|Welcome to the Fall 2016/Winter 2017 issue of Kaleidoscope: Educator Voices and Perspectives.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Teachers Telling Truth
|Stories from classrooms hold us all accountable.