What kids wish their teachers knew | Kyle Schwartz | TEDxKyoto

A simple one-sentence writing assignment set by third grade teacher Kyle Schwartz revealed the heartbreaking realities faced by her young students. Kyle, a Denver, Colorado Public Schools “Distinguished Teacher”, shares what she has learned from her students and offers educators ideas and strategies towards supporting their students academically and emotionally.
カイル・シュワルツ(小学校教師)/小学校三年生担当の教師、カイル・シュワルツによる、1文の作文課題によって、彼女の幼い生徒たちが直面する、胸がはりさけるような現実が明らかとなります。コロラド州デンバー公立学校の「優秀教師」であるシュワルツは、彼女が生徒たちから学んだことをわれわれと共有し、生徒の学力面、精神面をサポートするアイデアと方策を教育者たちに示します。

Elementary School Teacher
The driving force in Kyle Schwartz’ career has been to ensure that all children receive a quality education. Kyle is currently a third grade teacher at Doull Elementary School in Denver, Colorado where approximately 90% of the students live below or very near the poverty line and about half are learning English at school.
She has previously worked with educational organizations such as City Year, the Denver Teacher Residency, American Achieves and
TeachStrong. Designated a “Distinguished Teacher” by Denver Public Schools, Kyle has transformed a simple yet powerful classroom writing lesson into a national dialogue about the troubling realities American students face on a daily basis. Her book “I Wish My Teacher Knew: How One Question Can Change Everything for our Kids” offers teachers guidance towards providing the educational opportunities, loving support and guidance that all students need and deserve.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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