Welcome to our blog!

Peers and Pedagogy  is a space for educators and those who support educators to share experiences, ideas, best practices, and challenges around what it means to ensure all students thrive academically and emotionally. The blog specifically focuses on supporting students’ learning through equitable classroom practice, instructional materials, and professional learning and interpersonal connections.

Here, you’ll find articles written by educators currently in the classroom, administrators, former teachers, researchers, instructional designers, and coaches. Ensuring success for all students means inviting all voices and perspectives to this space to share, collaborate, and push educational practice forward with excellence and equity in mind.

Within the blog, you’ll find articles on:

  • Strategies for weaving inclusivity and equity into your practice
  • Tips for adapting your materials and assessments to align with career-and-college ready standards
  • Culturally relevant pedagogy for math, literacy, and other subjects
  • Recommendations for new tools and activities from educators who have tested them for you
  • And more!

Have an idea for a blog post? We encourage submissions that speak to the intersections of the topics above and any topic that focuses on excellence and equity in education. Click here for our submission guidelines and compensation details.