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Educators Share What They Think #TeachingIs

Teachers share what they think #TeachingIs in Education Week

Members of The Center for Teaching Quality, a national nonprofit that works to provide high-quality education for all students, wrote a piece in Education Week describing their views on classroom practices and philosophies. The article was written in honor of Teacher Appreciation week and the support of #TeachingIs, a social media campaign to elevate the public perception of teaching. 

The three teachers--Jessica Keigan, Stephanie Pinkin and Marcia Powell--shared their teaching practices with readers, including communication tips, projects, engaging parents, social media and more. 

Article by Kassondra Granata, EducationWorld Contributor

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