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The Diverse Opportunities of an Educator

Kimberly Mitchell, a distinguished professor at the University of Washington, founder of Inquiry Partners, and a former educator with Teach for America, shares her diverse career experiences. With a background in intellectual history, she has made a global impact on education, from Compton to Buenos Aires. She emphasizes the need for transformative changes in the education sector, offering insights into various fields within education and beyond, and encourages a passion for lifelong learning.

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Kimberly Mitchell

Kimberly, author of Experience Inquiry, is an internationally recognized speaker on student-driven learning and inquiry-based instruction. Her workshops and videos are well-known throughout the international school community, and she’s been praised for her “accessible, engaging, and practical” approach.

Kimberly currently teaches at the University of Washington’s College of Education and is the Founder of Inquiry Partners, a professional learning organization dedicated to guiding teachers in the most powerful inquiry-based teaching strategies for all grade levels and subject areas. She is a former teacher (Teach For America in Compton, California, and Colegio Americano in Quito, Ecuador), principal (Chief Sealth International High School and ACS Athens), senior program officer at the Gates Foundation in Seattle, Washington, and director for Teach for All in Argentina.

She chairs the Ambassador Board at the University of Washington’s College of Education, former Chair of the International Baccalaureate Americas Regional Council, Founding Chair for Green Dot Schools in Washington, Board Member for Teach For America Washington, and Board Treasurer for Teachers United.

Kimberly received her BA in History and Philosophy from Skidmore College and her MA in Administration and Policy Analysis from Stanford University.

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