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Apr 1, 2019

Juntos Aprendemos- Together We Learn

Chalkboard Project believes that we cannot positively affect the outcomes of all students if we do not take into account the unique challenges facing our students of color, students experiencing poverty and students living in rural communities. We are supporting several important legislative bills and funding requests introduced this legislative session that focus on creating a more equitable experience for all students including House Bill 2897.

Apr 1, 2019

Decolonizing the Classroom

Through my role at Chalkboard Project, I have been able to learn more about the meaning and plans for implementation of SB 13, Oregon’s legislation requiring that tribal history and culture be taught in Oregon’s classrooms.  This work is meaningful to me professionally, but also as a Native parent of a school-aged child in Oregon.

Feb 7, 2019

Intent Versus Impact: The Power of Language

As the Chalkboard Project Director of Equity and Partnerships, I spend a lot of time engaged in conversations about how a teacher can change the course of a child’s life. In fact, the academic and emotional support a teacher provides can help a child discover their intellectual passion and determine their path. So how can a teacher build trusting relationships with ALL of their students so that ALL students have room to succeed? One way is to be intentional about language.

Jan 11, 2019

Interview with 2019 Oregon Teacher of the Year Keri Pilgrim Ricker

I recently sat down with Oregon's 2019 Teacher of the Year, Keri Pilgrim Ricker, who teaches in the Health Occupations CTE program at Churchill High School in Eugene. In this two-part blog series, Keri tells us about a professor that shifted her perspective on teaching, talks about how to help students feel safe the classroom so that they can show up as their whole selves, ready to learn, and shares why it’s so important to intentionally create space to recharge in a busy teaching schedule. I hope you enjoy getting to know Keri as much as I did!

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