The VIPTeach Fellows have been immersed in virtual teaching, professional development, meaningful exchanges with guest speakers, and Capstone Projects to support their communities. Over the next few months, we will highlight the amazing educators of the 2020-21 VIPTeach Fellowship inaugural cohort. Meet Fellow Stephanie Horton.
After a challenging year for students and families around the world, the inaugural cohort of VIPTeach Global Online Teaching Fellows are finding ways to leverage their unique skill sets to support public sector and nonprofit education organizations promoting educational equity in their communities. The VIPTeach Fellowship is a first-of-its-kind virtual service and professional development program… Read More
Homeschool teacher, online educator, and VIPTeach Fellow Stephanie Horton shares some tips and tricks to thrive teaching in the virtual classroom when physical classrooms are closed.
While there is no silver bullet, Tim Abram of ExcelinEd explains how solutions like one-on-one tutoring can help promote educational equity for students most vulnerable to learning loss due to the pandemic and structural barriers.
TechChange CEO Nick Martin, founder of one of the largest providers of online education for the nonprofit and social sectors, on why teachers with strong pedagogical and digital skills are at the heart of effective online learning.
Mindfulness is the ability to be fully aware of what is happening in the present moment within ourselves and our environment without judgment. VIPTeach Fellows Desiree Roland and Kate Schartel Novak discuss how educators can be mindful of the life challenges our students may encounter in order to cope with stress together.
Due to the global pandemic, education systems and teachers everywhere find themselves in a period of uncharted change. Teacher mentorship can provide needed support among peers in education to navigate the challenges of change together. VIPTeach Fellow Blanche Norris provides a helpful framework.
There is not a “one size fits all” education plan. When we differentiate instruction, we are tailoring the lesson to each student’s individual needs. VIPTeach Fellow Susan Landaira explains how equity in education revolves around our abilities to modify instruction to allow equal access to learning.
We are thrilled to announce the first-ever cohort of VIPTeach Global Online Teaching Fellows! These online education pioneers were chosen from all over the country for a unique learning experience that will help them grow as professionals as they make a difference in the lives of the students and classroom teachers they serve.