KIPP Columbus believes that having computer science at our high school is about access and equity for all. They know that when our students have access to computer science programming, they can and will thrive.
As a former KIPP teacher and KIPP Wheatley curriculum writer and editor for grades K-3, Emilie brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the community on a variety of literacy topics, including guided and close reading, internalization, and the KIPP Wheatley curriculum itself!
In this post, Emilie discusses the importance of internalization and shares her top tips on using the new Teacher Resource Guide (TRG) website to boost your lesson and module internalization this summer and throughout the year.
At KIPP, we’re all about sharing what we’ve learned. So when we created our KIPP Wheatley literacy curriculum, we were excited to share it outside our walls.
Two years ago, we debuted a common literacy curriculum for all KIPP schools, inspired by requests and feedback from English Language Arts teachers throughout the KIPP network. So how does KIPP Wheatley look in action?
Blair Mishleau from KIPP DC talks about the real effects that a welcoming (or hostile) environment can have on students who are LGBTQ in our schools.
We’ve never been more excited about the year to come, which includes many ‘firsts’ for KIPP. New initiatives to learn more from our peers, to share more of what we know, and to adapt in order to better confront the challenges our students face. Read about three here!
Jorge Miranda, Director of High School Leadership Development at the KIPP Foundation, walks through five test-taking strategies for juniors who are preparing to take the ACT.