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The Philippines Wants More STEM-Educated People

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 19 Oct 2018 | by: Sintia Radu | Story Source: US News ~ Go to Original Article AS GREATER NUMBERS...

Helping Students Develop Executive Function Skills

Photo: (URL From Source) Date: 9 Nov 2018 | by: Gina DiTullio | Story Source: EduTopia ~ Go to Original Article Simple classroom strategies can assist students...

In Guinea, radio helps schoolchildren catch up on learning

Kept out of school by the Ebola epidemic, children in Guinea are making up for lost time through a series of lessons broadcast on...

UNESCO Publication: Issues and Trends in Education for Sustainable Development

From: UNESCO | Feb 26, 2018 This recently released UNESCO publication presents an overview of ESD and highlights key issues, trends, and challenges related to...

MOOCs will boost your career, new study in Harvard Business Review...

Over 70 per cent of people who complete a massive open online course (MOOC) say it has benefited their career and over 60 per cent...

Can robotics teach problem solving to students?

STEM expert details 4 tips for using robotics to teach students problem solving. Throughout my 35 years of teaching, I’ve watched students grow up in...

Target 4.2 – What is at stake for monitoring progress on...

 4.2 By 2030, ensure that all girls and boys have access to quality early childhood development, care and pre-primary education so that they are...

For too long we have valued some skills over others. The...

People for Education – working with experts from across Canada  – is leading a multi-year initiative to create a new way of thinking about skills,...

How Domestic Violence In One Home Affects Every Child In A...

Part of our NPR Ed series on mental health in schools. Every Monday morning at Harvie Elementary School, in Henrico County, Va., Brett Welch stands...

How inequalities in acquiring skills evolve

Since 2000, the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) has been a key source of information on how well societies and education systems...

Results in Education for All Children (REACH)

Education is a powerful driver of development and one of the strongest instruments for reducing poverty, raising incomes, promoting economic growth and shared prosperity,...

How digital learning is improving livelihoods in Nigeria

12 September 2017 “I stopped going to school when I was in third grade,” says Atim Ewa, 29, who started taking digital literacy classes in...

More and More Children are in School Around the World, But...

Getting kids into school is only half the battle. Making sure they’re learning is also critical. But according to a new report by the UN Educational, Scientific...

Curiosity in Young Learners Is the Foundation of Academic Success

Kids begin building the foundations for academic learning at an early age. In her Atlantic article, Alexandra Ossola explores how preschool children are beginning...

How Long Do the Benefits of SEL Programs Last?

SEL programs improve students' well-being, performance, and conduct—and a new research review suggests that these benefits are long-lasting. Teachers, parents, and students will tell you: Social...

Brain-Based Learning: Learning and the Social Brain

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 25 July 2018 | By: EduTopia | Story Source: EduTopia ~ Go to Original Article   In a series of interviews,...

The world’s fastest developing countries

MONEY isn’t everything. That’s the idea behind the United Nations’ Human Development Index, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. It incorporates measures for...

How To Transform Education With Video Games

Video games are essentially complex systems that very young children can learn to navigate very quickly. What if we could leverage the skill with which...

The Lost Years

After years of hearing how kindergarten has been turned into the new first grade, you’d think at the other end of the K-12 pipeline...

US: Bronx high school gives dropouts path to diploma

Dive Brief: Bronx Arena High School in New York City offers a personalized online courseload to about 200 students between the ages of 16...

US: Cutting-Edge Toys To Grow Lifelong Learners

For a class mining project at Dakota Valley School (CO), students in Beth Cohen's STEM Class built a robot to determine clear paths and...

5 Ways to Bring Out the Best in Everybody in Your...

Jasmine walked into the room with her feet shuffling. At this instant, she was tired. In addition to cross country, she’d been going to...

10 benefits of Inquiry-based learning

Inquiry-based learning is a term that educators and parents alike hear bandied about without a clear sense of exactly what it is, why it's...

Are students learning better when punished?

As the UAE government is moving towards accomplishing high rankings in international assessments as part of its National Agenda targets 2021, schools are upping...

More testing?

This blog looks at the contrasting findings in the 2017/8 GEM Report on Accountability and a recent study by Berbauer, Hanushek, and Woessmann over whether more testing is good for education or not...

The Best Ways to Build Strong Early Reading Skills

Throughout my years of teaching preschool, kindergarten and first grade, parents often asked me what they could do at home in order to help...

Education SDG Indicator on Learning Outcomes Gets a Major Upgrade

By Luis Benveniste, Practice Manager, Global Engagement and Knowledge at World Bank, and Silvia Montoya, Director of the UNESCO Institute for Statistics There has been...

Concerned about the Paris Agreement? There’s still hope through girls’ education

As the world reels from the news yesterday that the U.S. intends to pull out of the global Paris Agreement, there are still reasons...

Conquering the Multitasking Brain Drain

With the increasing surge of information and the compelling distractions of social media, videos, and games at their fingertips, students are understandably drawn to...

Schoolchildren as catalysts to hasten ‘Yolanda’ rehabilitation

"After the relief phase in the aftermath of Supertyphoon  “Yolanda,” an international group looks at school and children as catalysts for long-term rehabilitation process. Tanya...