Got Gratitude? Show Your Gratitude 2013

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By Lisa Altman & Carie Page, Knowledge Sharing Team, KIPP Foundation At KIPP, we’re thankful for one another. Not just for the big and small ways that our teachers and leaders reach out to support each other every day, but also for the ways that our growing network of schools gives us the opportunity to […]

211 Reasons Why We’re Grateful

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By Jen Keyte, Instructional Sharing Senior Manager, KIPP Foundation In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday, we asked teachers to take time out of their days, which is no small feat considering the hard work they do each day in their classrooms, to show gratitude. Gratitude is one of the seven character strengths we focus […]

Thanksgiving Lesson Plan on Gratitude

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By Jen Keyte, Instructional Sharing Senior Manager, KIPP Foundation A couple of days before Thanksgiving break, why not teach your high school students about gratitude?  It’s one of the character traits that Martin Seligman and Christopher Peterson identified in their book, Character Strengths and Virtues: A Handbook and Classification, as a path to a meaningful […]

An Invitation to KIPP Teachers

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By Jen Keyte, Instructional Sharing Senior Manager, KIPP Foundation KIPP teachers and leaders are often heard referencing the James Baldwin quote, “Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.”  Since we believe deeply that preparing our students for college and life requires not only […]

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