As Adam Mogilevsky researched potential projects to teach remotely last spring, any initial panic he felt was replaced by inspiration. Mogilevsky, a seventh- through ninth-grade Humanities teacher at Ryan Banks Academy in Chicago, found himself drawn to a Summit Learning project called “Justices and Injustices.” “Because of the pandemic I knew I had to get […]
On January 6, we came home to our new campus building. On March 16, we said goodbye. IDEA Toros has been a school for four years, but we had lived in borrowed spaces since we started. A recreation center here, the second floor of a sister school there. When we finally made it home in […]
Jeff Lima, a math and science teacher at Woodland Park Middle School in Woodland Park, Colo., created a video series that explains what his classroom will look like this year and how Summit Learning will help him achieve his vision of education.
Tracey King, an English teacher at Greater Johnstown High School in Johnstown, Pa., has learned many valuable lessons in her first three years using Summit Learning and credits the program with helping her and her students adjust to distance learning.
Dr. Howard Fuller Collegiate Academy teachers Amy Webb and Courtney Steggall credited Summit Learning with helping strengthen relationships with their students through virtual learning after the Milwaukee, Wis., school closed their building in the spring because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
EWA National Seminar: Author Nic Stone Advances Discussion About Culturally Relevant Curriculum with ‘Dear Martin’
It’s always a thrill for Nic Stone to open an email or receive a hand-written letter from a Black student who has been inspired by words she’s written. “This is the first time I’m seeing myself in a book. Now I want to read more.” Stone, author of the New York Times best-seller “Dear Martin,” […]