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Give teachers and families the tools to have unforgettable conversations every day.
Zoom Trainings That Model a 3-Step Conversation Method That Anyone Can Learn
A Go-To Activity To Support ESL Teachers And Diverse Learners
Social Emotional Learning Curriculum To Make Unforgettable Conversations Routine
Extra Resources and Lessons To Help With Implementation And Long-Term Adoption
New Conversations And Lessons Added Every Week
Discounts For Faculty Enrolling In Advanced Training
School Leaders FAQ
The Teach Different conversation method can be used in any educational setting: face-to-face, blended or online.
The Teach Different conversation method can be used by parents to have meaningful conversations with young people. The involvement of parents in specific, impactful educational practices strengthens the “school-parent compact.”
Teach Different videos, assignments and curriculum resources help schools build capacity for parent and family involvement by providing “materials and training to help parents work with their children.”
Research shows that student engagement is a powerful predictor of student achievement. Teach Different’s method provides parents and teachers a go-to practice that can be used to make any type of educational content more engaging.
The Teach Different Method can easily be introduced as a professional development activity for parents and teachers through live or virtual settings.
Teach Different conversations support the learning of academic content at home and at school and engage teachers and parents in the same educational mission.
40+ Conversations from the world’s greatest thinkers
40+ Conversation Guides and Student Assignments
4 bonus Conversations every month
A growing library of conversation lessons
40-week social emotional learning curriculum
Training on a quick and easy 3-step Conversation Method
Access to the Teach Different App (coming February, 2021!)
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in others.” – Mahatma Gandhi
“You are responsible for your own success.” – 9th grade student
“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
Chris Walsh – Roscoe, Illinois – Middle School Teacher
“The art of dialogue and conversation needs saving!”
James Plaza – Grayslake, Illinois – High School Sociology Teacher
“I got a call from a parent complementing the types of questions that we are having their kids think about and the discussions that they are creating at home.”