1. A Loving World


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    Inspired by the teachings of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., this KIPP student beautifully shares her vision for the world she wants to live in: "It should be a loving world. We're all a family. And Martin Luther King said all boys are brothers, right? And I think he said all girls are sisters."

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    • A Holiday Message from KIPPsters Across the Country


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      Happy Holidays on behalf of the 59,000 students in our schools and more than 6,000 alums in college. A very special thank you to the zesty KIPPsters and alumni in our video from KIPP Austin, KIPP Colorado, KIPP Houston, KIPP LA, KIPP Metro Atlanta, KIPP New Orleans, KIPP New Jersey, KIPP NYC, KIPP San Antonio, Franklin & Marshall College, Morehouse College, St. Edward's University, Syracuse University, Texas State University, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, University of California, Berkeley, and University of Pennsylvania. kipp.org/support

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      • We are KIPP DC


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        Part of KIPP’s national movement, KIPP DC is a network of high-performing, college-preparatory public charter schools in Washington, D.C. All KIPP DC schools are tuition-free, open enrollment schools, and actively recruit and serve students in the city’s most under-resourced communities. At KIPP DC, there are no shortcuts. Outstanding educators and staff, more time in school, a rigorous college preparatory-curriculum, and a strong culture of achievement and support help our students make significant academic gains and continue to excel in high school and college.

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        • Capital Teaching Residency


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          The Capital Teaching Residency (CTR) is a nationally recognized, highly selective teacher training program that provides a pathway for aspiring teachers to develop into outstanding educators prepared to serve in high-need schools in Washington, D.C. The mission of the Capital Teaching Residency (CTR) is to close the achievement gap by increasing the number of highly effective educators in the District of Columbia. CTR serves as an effective model for teacher training programs across the country.

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          • KIPPster Stories: Cheyenne


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            Cheyenne, a KIPP Academy of Opportunity alumna and a senior at St. Mary's Academy, explains what's unique at KIPP Through College. www.kippla.org/give

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            • KIPPster Stories: Michael


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              Michael, an alumnus of KIPP LA Prep and a junior at UC Berkeley, explains why KIPP Through College is vital to his college experience. www.kippla.org/give

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              • KIPP's Dave Levin demonstrates the different ways to react to student who's stumped by a math problem.


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                KIPP co-founder Dave Levin presented a shortened version of his online course on teaching character to district and charter school teachers. In the video, Levin role-plays a teacher whose student can't figure out the right answer to math problem, demonstrating how to prevent reacting negatively.

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                • KIPPster Stories: Ashley


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                  Ashley, a 7th grader at KIPP Scholar Academy, describes what she likes about her school and what she thinks makes it unique. kippla.org/give

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                  • grant.tamara.nov.5


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                    This video shows how I begin my 1st grade class. We usually start with the calendar and then move into a brief sight / spelling word practice. Every other day, or on special day, we will interact with the calendar activity on www.starfall.com. I try to integrate math, social studies, and literacy into calendar time, as well as address the cultural diversity we have by discussing the different holidays that are shown on the calendar. Right after calendar we wiggle, stretch, shake for about 15 seconds before we move into social studies. Sometimes I allow them to share anything they want with their partner before we move on to our next subject. Also, in the video you can see Mrs. Smith, one of the Assistant Principals, entering into the classroom. She informed me that she needed a video of a teacher using technology for her leadership meeting.

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                    • Adventures in Instructional Coaching: The KIPP SOL Model


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                      During this session, KIPP SOL founding principal Rachelle Minix shares her first-hand experience in creating an effective instructional coaching program. Learn about the importance of frequent classroom observations, the connection between observations and coaching, and the benefits of giving teachers a voice in the goal-setting process.

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