The school year may be over, but we’re still excited to share a few of different ways in which teachers at Teach to One partner schools have exemplified distance learning resilience and creativity for their students during COVID-19 school building closures. Today’s story comes to us from East Oakland’s ASCEND,
There is nothing ideal about implementing an emergency transition to distance learning. Over the last several weeks, we’ve had the privilege to help school partners apply unique aspects of Teach to One’s school-based design to ensure learning continues in a personalized virtual learning environment.
This work with new and existing
The math teachers at Gray Elementary School in Chicago got creative for their students to send them an inspiring message about the importance of continuing to learn new math skills and concepts. This photo collage was put together as a way to encourage their students during this challenging time.
Our friends at Next Generation Learning Challenges have published an interview with two inspiring educators from Teach to One partner Mildred Osborne Charter School. In the interview, Jolene Galpin, executive director, and Matt Driscoll, director of curriculum and instruction of math, discuss how COVID-19 has affected their school community, share
To help meet new distance learning challenges this school year, New Classrooms has expanded Teach to One: Math (TTO) by adapting our school-based personalized learning model to one that supports high-quality remote learning. This collaboration enables schools to transition key aspects of TTO, such as daily scheduling, an adaptive curriculum,
This week, the Odessa American published a story about the role of Teach to One in helping Ector County (ECISD) students address unfinished learning.
Math director Cinda Brown said that because students were already familiar with Teach to One and its incentive systems, their desire to do well hasn’t waned.
Teachers often talk about Teach to One’s collaborative nature. As we like to say, one of the biggest instructional shifts that teachers have to make is to embrace the idea of “going from neighbors to roomies.”
So it’s been no surprise to hear how teacher teams at TTO partner schools
On April 8, our partners at Phoenix International Academy (PIA) were featured on Telemundo Arizona’s evening news program, highlighting staff efforts to support students and families. Executive Director Ivette Rodríguez acknowledged the challenges, even dangers, for all connected to the community she and her teachers serve, but they are meeting
Today marks one month of remote blended learning at ASU Prep South Phoenix Intermediate School. The 7th and 8th graders who filled these classrooms only weeks ago have switched over to remote blended learning with Teach to One: Math (TTO)—and they’re taking no shortcuts to achievement.
When remote learning for
This week, teachers from three different middle schools in Ector County ISD, in Texas, took TTO’s collaborative teaching model online, working together to share suggestions for remote learning and swapping ideas on how to improve student engagement and participation.
Not long after Ector County ISD began transitioning to remote learning,