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We help teachers have unforgettable conversations wherever they are..

Teach Different has made an impact in classrooms, on teachers and students

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Krista H., 8th grade social studies-U.S. History

“I loved the deep discussion about how to implement this in the classroom, including how often to use this strategy, and what to expect getting started.”

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Paraskevi Stamatouko,  EL Coordinator CUSD200, DuPage County, Illinois 

“I love the organic opportunities to connect students to the curriculum by discussing major life themes and connecting them to their lived experiences.  Such a great method for buy in!”

John C., Middle School Bi-Lingual and English Language Reading Specialist

“Not only have the Fouts Brothers taken concept-based curriculum and digested it for you into a simple method, but they are giving you a means to reach all students, from the English learner and special education student to the highest achieving pupil in your class. Their 3-Step method provides a huge avenue for differentiating instruction for all these types of learners, it keeps the learning student driven, and remains based in interdisciplinary standards. Using this method will make content meaningful and accessible for all your students.”

Colleen A., Middle School Social Studies/Math

“I feel the 3-Step Process has opened up great conversations among my students that would not have surfaced without it.  The process has proven to me conversations are a vital tool in my classroom.”

Social Studies teacher from Alaska

“I find this method really solves many issues for our teachers in having to encourage discussion, bring in social and emotional learning, as well as students’ native culture AND tie it to the curriculum.  It’s like the Swiss Army Knife for lesson planning.”