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  • Juneteenth
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    Celebrating Juneteenth

    - by Andrew Rozell

    I would encourage you to slow down on Juneteenth this year and imagine, as far as you are able, the emotions that would have flooded the minds and hearts of those hearing the announcement in Galveston for the first time. 

    Today, we can, and should, consider this reality of American history and allow that to inform our opportunity to join in celebration of Juneteenth National Independence Day. 

  • Accredited
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    5 Reasons to Choose an Alt Cert Program

    - by Eddie Renz

    The iteach program is CAEP accredited, which is the highest accreditation available for college and teacher certification programs. You can trust that our training is effective. With that, our program is also setup with flexibility so that you can create your own training schedule. This combination is not available anywhere else.

  • St. Patrick's Day
    St Patricks Day

    Slave to Saint – The Journey of St. Pádraig

    - by Camryn Yoder

    This lively holiday is a celebration of St. Patrick, a 5th-century missionary and patron saint credited with bringing Christianity to Ireland. However, the story of St. Patrick’s life and work is not so simple.

  • Women's History Month
    Women Marching for Women's Rights

    We Celebrate Women’s History Month

    - by Camryn Yoder

    For centuries, women’s stories have been overlooked and omitted in history books. That is why this month, we shine light on the past and present contributions of women of all races and backgrounds within social movements, science, business, policy, sports, and music.

  • Black History Month
    Happy Asian and African American elementary students writing in their notebooks while having a class at school. Their classmates are in the background.

    Are You Teaching Black History in a Culturally Responsive Way?

    - by Eddie Renz

    If you’re planning lessons for Black History Month, you NEED to read this blog post first!

  • Teacher Resources
    Teacher Burnout

    Teacher Burnout Resources for You

    - by Eddie Renz

    Even the best teachers, the cream of the crop, get tired. There are days when our passion ebbs but doesn’t flow. Or, maybe we’re searching, we’re digging deep, but you can’t even find even an ounce of drive.

  • Communication
    A smiling female teacher in a classroom. She reaches down and points to a difficult word in an open book as she helps them sound it out.

    The Socratic Method of Teaching

    - by Eddie Renz

    …when you tell people what to do, their minds close. You lose their experience, knowledge, and creativity…” Dennis continues, “‘What do you think?’ Means the leader is the teacher

  • Give Thanks
    Multi-ethnic group of people, diverse volunteers packing donation boxes in charity food bank.

    Don’t Wait to Be A Hero

    - by Eddie Renz

    I would offer this reminder, don’t wait, don’t wait to make your first million to make a difference in someone’s life. If you have something to give, give it now…

  • Communication
    Woman having conversation with student

    Don’t Grab the Conversation

    - by Eddie Renz

    When we actively listen, we can understand what the other person is trying to convey and give them the best response instead of grabbing the conversation and running away with it

  • Education
    Young man anticipating results on a laptop.

    What is Confirmation Bias?

    - by Eddie Renz

    Confirmation Bias is: “bias that results from the tendency to process and analyze information in such a way that it supports one’s preexisting ideas and convictions.”