Meet Casey McGill, Partner Teacher, Craftsbury Academy
February 13, 2018
Casey McGill has been teaching high school English at Craftsbury Academy in Craftsbury, VT for four years and is showing noRead more.
When the Bullies of a Child With a Disability Are the Adults
January 31, 2018
The other day I was at a birthday party with my 8-year-old, which may sound like a normal weekend eveningRead more.
Meet Dr. Monica McErnery, Education Professor & Changing Perspectives Board Member
January 13, 2018
In efforts to keep Changing Perspectives a flourishing organization, a series of volunteers work behind-the-scenes as Changing Perspectives’ Board of Directors. BesidesRead more.
How to Design a School That Prioritizes Kindness and Caring
January 3, 2018
Countless schools across the nation strive to make character a feature of education. Whether through classes on social-emotional learning, mindfulness exercises or remindersRead more.
Changing Perspectives Featured in The Washington Post!
November 29, 2017
Bringing ‘Wonder’s’ lessons of empathy and inclusion to life for students It isn’t often that my son jumps in theRead more.
Why ‘Wonder,’ the Movie, Can’t Best the Book It’s Based On
November 27, 2017
Like most people who love the best-selling book “Wonder,” I’ve been thrilled by the success of the movie version. It capturesRead more.
Transforming Schoolyards, Our Most Abundant Public Spaces
November 16, 2017
Green Schoolyards America founder Sharon Danks has a plan to turn asphalt schoolyards across America into green spaces that improve children’sRead more.
7 Things to Do When Your Kid Points Out Someone’s Differences
November 7, 2017
“There is no reason to ask what is “wrong” with a child or demand an explanation of the child’s conditionRead more.