ABOUT

Teachers learn best from other teachers. At The Suggestion Box, we get that. We’re all about great teachers making great suggestions to other great teachers everywhere. Each episode, we interview educators about their most exciting and effective lesson plans, projects, and strategies. From using meditation in English to planning the zombie apocalypse in biology, we’re here to take a peek into awesome classrooms all around the nation.

Like every great teacher resource, The Suggestion Box is made by teachers for teachers.

Our host, Andrea Marshbank, is a high school English teacher in Kansas. Our guests are educators from all over the nation. And we’re affiliated with the Flint Hills Writing Project, which believes in empowering teachers as experts of their own classrooms.

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Teachers learn best from other teachers. At The Suggestion Box, we get that. We’re all about great teachers making great suggestions to other great teachers everywhere. Each episode, we interview educators about their most exciting and effective lesson plans, projects, and strategies. From using meditation in English to planning the zombie apocalypse in biology, we’re here to take a peek into awesome classrooms all around the nation.

Like every great teacher resource, The Suggestion Box is made by teachers for teachers. Our host, Andrea Marshbank, is a high school English teacher in Kansas. Our guests are educators from all over the nation. Our mission is to empower teachers. You are the expert on what your classroom needs. We're just here to give suggestions.

Partner organization: 

The Suggestion Box is happily affiliated with the Flint Hills Writing Project. They are a nonprofit organization that supports teachers in the state of Kansas. As a branch of the National Writing Project, one of FHWP"s main focuses is on how to help ALL teachers, regardless of the subject or age group they teach, to be better teachers of writing. This is the Flint Hills Writing Project's mission statement: 

Flint Hills Writing Project promotes and provides meaningful writing experiences for educators, students, families, and communities across Kansas. FHWP believes these experiences will arise out of opportunities to explore the power of the writing process.

If you're interested in becoming involved with a writing project near you, check out the National Writing Project's website at nwp.org. If you live in Kansas, you'll go to the Flint Hills Writing Project page at fhwp.org

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