Education

Education

By Siva Sankrithi

Girl taking a test in class

Reinventing Assessment

Going beyond the basics: shared experience-based assessment that works for all.

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Education

By Derek Walter

Group of students working together

Group Work That Works

Quiet teachers and students win with group work that actually works for all.

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Education

By Kevin Knight

The Never-Ending Noise in New Zealand’s Open-Plan Classrooms

Collective cultures – not all extroverted.

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Education

By Brian Gresko

Boy in a dress

Boys in Dresses and the Differences That Define Us

Boy or girl—we are all pretty in pink.

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Education

By Priscilla Gilman

How Introverted Kids Can Practice Self-Advocacy

My—quiet—way or the highway? There is a middle road.

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Education

By Marzi

An Illustrated Guide to Handling Class Participation

No need to raise your hand to be a class participant!

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Education

By Kelly Wickham Hurst

Girl working on her homework

Quiet Black Girls—and How We Fail Them

Being quiet should not equate to being overlooked.

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Education

By Priscilla Gilman

Young girl making a giant bubble

The Contradiction of Acceptance and Encouraging Growth

Where do you draw the line between advocating for the way someone is and asking that they change themselves?

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Education

By Priscilla Gilman

Admissions sign

An Introvert’s Guide to Finding the Right College

Does it matter which college an introvert chooses?

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Education

By Derek Walter

Stacked yellow pencils

Why We Need to Make Space for Quiet Teachers

The push for performance and excessive collaboration leaves little room for quiet teachers.

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Education

By Brian Gresko

child hiding behind a pillow

The Reluctant Reader

It’s a long stretch from budding to mastery – but the journey is worth it.

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Education

By Susan Cain

Girl studying on her bed

“We’ve Always Known That One-on-One Is the Best Way to Learn”

Use Deliberate Practice to increase your skills.

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Education

By Susan Cain

Collage of introverted leaders from business and politics

The Quiet Leadership Institute: What Happens When The Quiet Revolution Hits the Workplace

The next step in our quest to help businesses and teams unlock the power of introverts.

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Education

By Susan Cain

Shy girl in classroom hiding behind a chair

How Do Teachers Feel about Their Quiet Students?

Why do so many high-functioning people look back at high school as the worst time of their lives—and why do we accept this as normal?

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