Partnerships & Shifting Practice

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We are very excited to partner with Inspired Teaching because, like Trinity Washington University, they have a strong commitment to DC and are dedicated to pedagogical approaches that have proven effective in helping children succeed.

— Dr. Janet Stocks, Dean of Trinity’s School of Education
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Partnerships & Shifting Practice

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Inspired Teaching Institute

Our flagship professional development program challenges teachers of all academic subjects to build student achievement and meet rigorous standards in creative and effective ways.

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Real World History

How do we engage young people in directing their own education? How do we prepare students for success while motivating them to be lifelong learners? Inspired Teaching has introduced a new approach to answering these critical questions, combining coursework with relevant internships to immerse students in Real World History.

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Literacy Design Collaborative

“We are excited to announce that Center for Inspired Teaching and LDC will now be working together to bring transformative teacher professional development to even more educators. Inspired Teaching’s inquiry based approach, deep understanding of backwards design, and disciplinary expertise work in concert with LDC’s rigorous and intensive teacher professional learning model. With over twenty […]

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Teacher Leadership

Inspired Teachers engage their students, their colleagues, and their communities. Center for Inspired Teaching provides leadership opportunities for outstanding participants and alumni of all our innovative teacher training programs.

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