As a middle and high school science teacher, I struggled with student engagement. I wondered why my students didn’t seem to care? Why weren’t they curious? Why didn’t they get how cool this stuff really was!?
I burnt myself out with late nights of lesson planning, endless grades to “hold students accountable,” and long days in class as I fought to keep their attention, stretch their motivation, and push my students to learn.
I didn’t realize there was a path with less resistance.
Your students can be curious. — You just have to cultivate it.
Motivation doesn’t have to be a mystery. — You just have to shift ownership.
Lighting the fire for your students doesn’t mean you have to burn with it. — With guidance, connection, and resources, it doesn’t have to be a struggle.
Be Curious Community Cohorts were created for you — to provide you with the knowledge and support to reimagine teaching in your classroom in a way that allows learning to flow.
By connecting with a community of other teachers who “get it,” taking time each week to learn and grow together, you can care for your own passion for teaching and your students’ love for science learning.
Together, we will:
Are you looking for a community for inspiration, connection, and collaboration?
Our education system has drastically shifted with the challenges of 2020.
Are you ready to embrace a new world of teaching that brings you more ease and satisfaction — and ultimately transforms the way your students learn science?