Write a post for the IRT Blog!

We invite all IRT alumni and partners to participate as guest authors and encourage you to submit articles that you wish to share with the IRT community. Contribution submissions are flexible and can vary in length. Some topic ideas are included below, but we welcome new ideas for the blog, so please reach out!

    • commentary on your work and/or research
    • an editorial on an educational issue of interest
    • news and milestones on your IRT cohort and its members
    • insight from participation in a recent conference
    • how you develop curriculum in your classroom
    • thoughts on a published work – your own or others
    • any news that you think is valuable and would be of interest to the IRT community

We hope you will consider contributing a piece to the IRT blog, if interested, please contact Janelle Bonasera  – jbonasera@andover.edu.

 

 

 

 

Rosalie Reyes IRT ’19 Bringing Hispanic Heritage into the Classroom

Rosalie Reyes, IRT ’19 is featured in the LA School Report celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. Read Rosalie’s Teacher Spotlight!

Rosalie Reyes, current IRT Intern pictured (center) during the 2019 Summer Workshop

Share your experiences and ways you bring Hispanic heritage into your classroom in the Comment section below.

 

Executive Director, October 2019

Brooks photoThe start of the school year is one of my favorite times of the year. The energy and buzz, the excitement, and the anticipation of a fresh start. Of course, we all love the summer. And this summer, I had the pleasure of witnessing my first full summer workshop. I am thankful to the tremendous faculty and staff, who work tirelessly to support our students.

Our Interns and Associates are inspiring. After observing your growth throughout the workshop as well as the advising process, we are all rooting for you.

Another reason why I love the new school year is that it allows us to reflect on our past learnings, and put them immediately into action. These are lessons for all of us. As a staff, we are excited to support 130+ Scholars in their graduate admissions process. Further, we are grateful for our alumni, and we are preparing to launch an alumni networking site this fall.

As we reflect on our previous year, we look forward to our new class. We are excited by your ideas and dedication throughout this process. I am eager to continue to meet all of you and to continue to support the IRT. Together, we can work to ensure that this new school year will be a great one.