George Lucas Educational Foundation

David Cutler

David Cutler is an independent school teacher at Brimmer and May in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts, where he teaches United States History and Journalism. He also directs the student-staffed writing center. Cutler is proud to serve as a Teacher of the Future for the National Association of Independent Schools, as well as a PBS Digital Innovator.

Areas of Interest: 
History,
government,
journalism,
politics,
movies,
running,
skiing,
reading,
reporting,
teaching,
learning,
exploring,
comic books

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Posted article Rekindling Excitement for Familiar Classes

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Posted article Teaching Why Facts Still Matter

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Posted article Where Do Introverts Fit Into Group Work?

1 year 2 days ago to All Grades

Posted article The Value of Role-Play in Teaching Politics

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Posted article Using Technology in Your Humanities Classroom

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Posted discussion #ThinkPossible: Curbing Fear of Failure

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