Become The Teacher Your Students Will Remember

Get Access To Our Conversation Library and Teach Your Students How to Think.

Discussion Starter Quotes from Authors, Poets, Philosophers and Civil Rights Leaders. 

70+ Multi-Media Conversation Bundles with Videos and Student Handouts

  40-Week Social-Emotional Learning Map

  Access to a Mobile App for iOS and Android (Beta Version)

  150+ Searchable Conversation Topics For The Classroom

BENEFITS in the classroom

Teach Them To Ask Important Questions

Using the Teach Different method, you’ll learn how to naturally pose compelling questions that inspire great conversations. This critical skill of asking important questions will serve your child through school and through life.

Empower Your Child’s Voice

This method of conversation helps children grow confidence to voice their thoughts, feelings, and opinions. The future of our world needs strong voices. Let your child’s be one of them by empowering their voices now.

Foster Critical Thinking

Teaching a child how to think is an enormous responsibility. By leveraging the Teach Different conversation method, you can show children how to think for themselves. Together, let’s build a generation of strong minds.

Teach your child how to think differently using this formula for unforgettable conversations.

Here's what you get with full access to the Conversation Library

Curriculum Map

Our social emotional learning curriculum that gives you all the tools you need to spark unforgettable conversations in your classroom.


Access a growing storehouse of conversations with quotes from the world’s great thinkers.


Want to supplement your daily conversations with lessons? We have a library of related lessons you can leverage, all ready for your use.

Handouts and Videos

Enjoy a dynamic supply of content, including pre-made Google Forms with videos for your students to enjoy.

Weekly Bonuses

Get the most out of your curriculum map with our new conversations and lessons every week, so you make the 3-Step Protocol part of your daily routine.

Advanced Training

Looking for additional training to support amazing conversations? We can supply you with additional training on our protocol, and how to facilitate incredible conversations.

How To Get Started

Try it Out!

Watch the explainer video and try out a conversation on your own.

Sign Up & Get Full Access

Just $99/year, your subscription to our Conversation Library gives you complete access to 70+ multi-media conversation bundles with additional conversation topics for the classroom, plus weekly bonus Conversations on top of a comprehensive social emotional learning curriculum.

Enroll in the Course

Once you’re comfortable implementing the 3-Step Protocol with your students, you can take conversations to the next level and enroll in Teach Different with Conversations.  In the course, you’ll come up with your own quotes and start using conversations as hooks for your own academic content.

Unforgettable Conversations Every Week!

Sign up to get a new conversation sent to your inbox every week that you can use to make anything you’re teaching more interesting.


“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in others.” – Mahatma Gandhi

“You are responsible for your own success.” – 9th grade student

Harriet Tubman

“Every dream begins with a dreamer.” – Harriet Tubman

“We have to make up our own dreams.” – 2nd grade student

“Somethings are impossible.” – 2nd grade student


“The person with dreams is more powerful than the one with the facts.” – Albert Einstein

“Dreamers look for new ideas and learning opportunities. Scientists think they know everything.” – 8th grade student

“I don’t want my doctor to be a dreamer.  I want her to have the facts.” – 8th grade student


“Your silence will not protect you.” – Audre Lorde

“Nothing is going to get better or get done until we take action.” – 6th grade student

“Sometimes it’s good to be silent and let others talk.” – 6th grade student


“Happiness depends on ourselves.” – Aristotle

“I think he means that you can turn your unhappiness around by having something to strive for.” – 10th grade student

“I think you need other people to be happy.” – 10th grade student