Teaching Channel takes you inside America's K-12 classrooms with 3 short documentaries that showcase inspiring and effective teaching practices. Visit a school where Spanish immersion has taken learning to a deeper level. Watch a 2nd grade teacher demonstrate her techniques for making the classroom a safe learning space. See a 7th grade class explore the difficult topic of slavery in America. Amazing Classrooms - Spanish Immersion - Students learn Spanish through immersion in a Milwaukee school where they are constantly hearing Spanish and are learning by doing and participating. Talking about Teaching with Jim Knight - The Wraparound Learning Experience- A 2nd grade teacher creates a space where children feel safe to learn. They learn through a wide range of activities and are encouraged to make personal connections to the material. Tough to Teach - Slavery in America - See the kick-off to a unit on slavery. Students discover the class objective through a word sort and then begin a journey into a difficult piece of American history.
 

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