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The Teach Different Curriculum

Re-Connect Students and Teachers with Real Conversations.

  Conversation Bundles with Built-In Training for your Faculty

  A Universally-Designed  System of Support for ELL and Diverse Learning Programs  

  Social Emotional Learning Done the Right Way

  New Curriculum Added Every Week

Ask Yourself If:

  • You want to give teachers a way to make content more engaging
  • You want to embed social emotional learning in your educational practices…
  • You want students to critically think and develop a voice in conversations…
  • You want to promote equity and culturally responsive teaching…

Why It Matters:

When amazing conversations are happening in classrooms, a foundation of social emotional support is created that fuels student engagement, language acquisition and academic learning.

Great Conversations Are Critical

“Everyone has their own ways of expression. I believe we all have a lot to say, but finding ways to say it is more than half the battle.”  

 Poet and Author – Criss Jami, Salomé

What We Do

Our universally-designed 3-Step protocol gives every student a voice in the classroom.

How We Do It

  • We Teach a 3-Step Conversation Protocol
  • We Provide Turn-Key Curriculum
  • We Offer Advanced Training

School Leaders FAQ

The Teach Different curriculum can be used in any educational setting: face-to-face, blended or online.

Teach Different’s protocol is a framework for having classroom conversations that uses claims, counterclaims and essential questions.

The Teach Different 3-Step Protocol fosters critical thinking and gives every student a voice in the classroom.

  70+ Conversation Bundles from the world’s greatest thinkers

  4 Bundles added every month

  40-week social emotional learning curriculum

  Training-Embedded activities with videos and guides

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

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

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“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

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“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

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“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

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“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

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Chris Walsh – Roscoe, Illinois – Middle School Teacher

“The art of dialogue and conversation needs saving!”

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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.”

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