Posts by Erin Gohl
By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. We can support our teachers and the work they do by valuing their perspective and insights, providing them with the resources specific to their students’ needs, and giving them the autonomy to respond to the variations in learning and circumstance within their classrooms.
Parents want to find the best preschool for their kids and schools want to find a way to reach parents. PreK.com fits the bill for both.
We can create the best learning environment for students if we take the time to reflect, reconsider and reimagine our teaching practices.
By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson. Reading with children has a plethora of developmental benefits. Recent research suggests dialogic, or conversation-based, reading can even further broaden and deepen the benefits of the reading experience.
3Dux|Design emphasizes process over product, promoting design thinking by creating pathways for innovative learning.
By: Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson Most parents awaken to the dawn of summer with the best intentions of continuing their children’s learning during the weeks spent out of the classroom. As May turns to June, we look forward to the weeks ahead with hopeful, idealistic refrains running through our…
Beyond Report Cards: Louisville Students Use Portfolios to Curate and Defend Their Personal Learning Record
The close of the school year brings the joy of graduation and promotion ceremonies across the country. Students, teachers, and parents reflect on the learning and growth of the past year and look forward to the new opportunities and experiences in the school year to come. As a way to…
Erin Gohl and Kristen Thorson share insights from Michelle Obama’s biography, Becoming, and how parents, teachers and mentors supported her education. Read as they share her mission to provide educational structures, policies, and programs that show all students that they matter.
CASEL recently published a comprehensive framework and toolset on social-emotional learning (SEL) to help bring clarity on, and provide actionable steps for, how to proceed in ensuring the healthy development of students.
Research shows that family engagement in learning has marked positive effects on learning measures across all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. How can we get more families engaged in their children's learning? This conference provided some fresh ideas.