Cultures of Thinking

student's "I am DC, can you hear me?" poem with a photo of Black Lives Matter protesters.

Unlocking Student Potential with a Global Competence Framework

What does an antiracist, student-centered curriculum look like? How can we ensure that our students, many of whom are English language learners, have access to meaningful, globally competent learning experiences? How do we cultivate opportunities for all students to show what they know and who they are in our classrooms, celebrating their learning differences?

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Colorful Sketchnote focused on the concept of "Play."

DCPZEC (DCPZ Early Childhood) is Back!

Facebook Twitter DCPZEC (DCPZ Early Childhood) is Back! This blog post is written by Alexandra Morris, Early Childhood Special Education Coordinator at George Mason University, and Kerstin Schmidt, Pre-K teacher

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