Author Archives: Barbara Caldwell

Author Archives: Barbara Caldwell

Announcing our new look!

By: Barbara Caldwell

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Big news! Today, after fifteen years, we’re releasing an updated brand identity, which includes a refreshed logo, colors, and font. You’ll see the new look everywhere you see TFI: our website, YouTube channel, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. We believe the new look better matches the impactful organization TFI has become since 2005: the creator of […]

Screening of Most Likely to Succeed Film and Discussion of What School Could Be

By: Barbara Caldwell

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Saturday October 20, 2018 -Many of you may remember Ted from Dec 2015 when TFI hosted Ted and the premiere CLT SCREENING OF of Most Likely To Succeed. please pass the Sat Oct 20th registration information to your school community! bit.ly/TFIOct20

Make Plans to Attend TFI’s FREE 2018 Parent and Community Talk: Adaptive Mindsets: Resilience and Academic Success

By: Barbara Caldwell

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Additional Details about the event at this link: TFI 2018 Speaker Event Final Make plans to attend TFI’s 2018 FREE Community Talk on Tuesday July 31st at & pm at Trinity Episcopal School! Help Improve Students’ Resilience and Academic Success by Promoting Adaptive Mindsets Register here: http://bit.ly/TFICommunityTalkMindset2018

31 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Teachers Selected by the Teaching Fellows Institute for the Class of 2018

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31 Charlotte-Mecklenburg Teachers Selected by the Teaching Fellows Institute for the Class of 2018 Congratulations to the teachers listed below, who have been chosen to participate in the 2018 class of outstanding teachers affiliated with the Teaching Fellows Institute at Charlotte (https://www.teachingfellowsinstitute.org/ )  . The Teaching Fellows Institute is a 501 (c ) (3) non profit organization funded through individual and foundation […]

ShareCharlotte Reports on How One TFI Fellows Used his TFI Training to Earn a $46,000 grant for his students!

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Many thanks to Share Charlotte for highlighting the great work of Class of 2014 Fellow Kevin Poirier at West Charlotte High School! Kevin used his TFI 3D Printing and Computer coding training to earn a $46,000 grant from the Jimmie Johnson Foundation for a maker space at West Charlotte! Read more here: https://sharecharlotte.org/blog/52tuesdays-kevin-poirier