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In this blog series, we are interviewing members of the CT3 team about their background in education as well as the expertise that they each bring to their work with educators across the country.   Why did you want to become an educator? This brings up a lot...

In this blog series, we are interviewing members of the CT3 team about their background in education as well as the expertise that they each bring to their work with educators across the country.   Why did you want to become a teacher/educator? During my undergraduate program, I...

Do your lesson plans pass the test? In our first blog in this series, Pedagogy Surpasses Curriculum, we discuss that while a worthy tool, curriculum provides the WHAT should be taught while pedagogy provides the HOW and the WHEN of teaching. Pedagogy focuses on HOW we...

In this blog series, we are interviewing members of the CT3 team about their background in education as well as the expertise that they each bring to their work with educators across the country.   Why did you want to become an educator? I wanted to be an...

In this new blog series, we are interviewing members of the CT3 team about their background in education as well as the expertise that they each bring to their work with educators across the country. Why did you want to become an educator? Teaching was not my...

In this new blog series, we are interviewing members of the CT3 team about their background in education as well as the expertise that they each bring to their work with educators across the country.   Why did you want to become an educator? My first inspiration to...

In our new blog series, we will interview a member of the CT3 team about their background in education as well as the expertise that they each bring to their work with educators across the country.   Why did you want to become a teacher? I started tutoring...

As educators working with marginalized populations across the country, it’s been an emotional week following the events in Charlottesville and the response of the current administration. Our work at CT3 is first and foremost to promote social justice, love, acceptance, and a thirst for learning. The events of this weekend...