|From the Editors’ Desk: Remembering Harry Knowles
|The Kaleidoscope editors reflect on the impacts of Harry’s work with the Knowles Teacher Initiative.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Teaching Means More than Teachers will Ever Know
|A letter from a student changes one teacher’s perception of the power of community.
|From the Editors’ Desk: What is “Normal?”
|Reconsidering our ideas of what teaching “should be” and what it can be.
|Moving Beyond Dropbox: Designing Powerfully Shareable Curriculum Materials
|How curriculum materials we share can be designed to more powerfully support the work and growth of other teachers.
|I Need a Minute: Teaching and Learning as Introverts in an Extroverted Culture
|Small shifts can improve the social experiences of teaching and learning for all.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Celebrating the Journey
|Giving Props to New Teachers
|Small actions by veteran teachers can make a lasting impact.
|From the Editors’ Desk: Our Current Narratives Aren’t Enough
|You can tell from perusing this issue that we’ve been thinking quite a bit about “super-teacher” stories—the narratives surrounding what these teachers do, where those narratives come from, and how they affect our identities as teachers and learners.
|An Honest Look at a One-to-One Classroom
|How laptops transformed my ideas about what role technology should play in my classroom.