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Looking Past Imposter Syndrome

How OUR’s first Teacher Leader in Residence Leaps Over Fear

I’ve spent a large portion of my life living with “imposter syndrome”.....

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What to Expect at HIVE 2020

Much like most of 2020 to this point, we had envisioned original plans for our 2nd annual professional learning conference a bit....

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WATCH: A Special Message from HIVE 2020 Keynote Speaker Dr. Kristopher Childs

Join us at the 2nd annual HIVE conference, a professional learning event designed to bring the educator community together with timely....

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Opening Up to (Re)Imagination

How HIVE 2020 Will Reflect Our New Normal

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HIVE 2020 is Going Virtual

A Proactive Approach to Teaching & Learning in an Unprecedented Time

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Katie Nelson

Katie Nelson, a 6th-grade teacher and Math Department Lead at Mount Jordan Middle School in Canyons School District (UT), has been named....

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Open Up Resources EL Education K–5 Language Arts Teacher of the Month: Lindsay Kerven

Lindsay Kerven, a 4th and 5th-grade teacher at Bea Underwood Elementary School of Garfield County School District 16 (CO), has been....

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Resources to Support Teaching & Learning During COVID-19 School Closures

Fellow Educators:

It’s a concerning, ever-evolving time. In particular, closing schools around the country is necessary but unsettling.....

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Open Up Resources EL Education K–5 Language Arts Teacher of the Month: Emily Lavender

Emily Lavender, a 5th-grade teacher at Lemons Mill Elementary School of Scott County Public Schools (KY), has been named the Open Up....

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Open Up Resources 6–8 Math Teacher of the Month: Bobbi Coine

Bobbi Coine, a 6th-grade teacher at Chief Umtuch Middle School in Battleground Public Schools (WA), has been named the Open Up Resources....

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