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How to Create Experiences and Scale Environments That Change Lives

Dan Leeser enjoys the creative work of designing his own projects. In the fall, his students at Franklin Cougar New Tech in El Paso...

It’s Not Just A Job, It’s A Profession

Story Source: Harvard Ed. Magazine ~ Go to Original Article Early childhood education is critical yet pre-K teachers are often thought of as babysitters, not...

Why Mindfulness And Trauma-Informed Teaching Don’t Always Go Together

Story Source: KQED Mindshift ~ Go to Original Article By: Katrina Schwartz Mindfulness is a fast growing trend both in the world generally and in schools....

10 Reasons To Use Inquiry-Based Learning In Your Classroom

We’ve talked about how and when to use inquiry-based learning–and apps for inquiry-based learning, too. What we haven’t done–explicitly anyway–is looked at the reasons for doing so...

Factsheet: Breaking down barriers to gender equality and girls’ education

Global Partnership for Education, June 27, 2018   Increasing equity, gender equality and inclusion for all is one of GPE’s three goals in GPE 2020, GPE’s...

Why play is beneficial for children in the early years of...

Remember those childhood days of playing outside for hours with your friends until the sun went down and your parents had to practically drag...

Old School? GIVING TEACHERS A VOICE IN DESIGNING THE LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS...

When it's time to renovate an old school or build a new one, many principals and teachers have a simple wish list. They “just...

5 Great Classroom Management Tools for Teachers

There are multiple ways teachers can use technology in their instruction and one important one of them is for classroom management. Over the last...

Making Sense of Universal Design for Learning

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 7 Nov 2018 | by: Alberta Education | Story Source: Alberta Education (Youtube) ~ Go to Original Source Watch Alberta Education’s...

50 Things You Can Say To Encourage A Child

by TeachThought Staff, 9 April 2018, TeachThought There are many ways to encourage a child, but for students of any age, honest, authentic, and persistent...

Read with Your Kids- 5 Excellent Reading Apps

By:  Educatorstechnology,  Friday, March 16, 2018 Looking for some good storybooks and audiobooks to read with your kids? The list below has you covered. These...

Music lessons for disadvantaged Hong Kong children bring hope and possibility...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 3 Nov 2018 | by: Simone McCarthy | Story Source: South China Morning Post ~ Go to Original Article Not-for-profit...

Unleash the Power of Storytelling in Your Classroom With These New...

By: Jaime Donally (Columnist), Apr 4, 2018   Once upon a time, the classrooms had four walls, dusty chalkboards and uncomfortable desks in straight little rows....

Introducing the Mini-LAMP: A practical option for developing countries to assess...

Photo: GEM Report (From Author Site URL: UNESCO/GEM Report) Date: 12 July 2018 | By: Silvia Montoya (GEM Report) | Story Source: World Education Blog (GEM...

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...

Teach for India

"Teach For India, a project of Teach To Lead, is a nationwide movement of outstanding college graduates and young professionals who will commit two-years to...

Don’t just blame teachers when system is at fault, says UNESCO

24 October 2017 – Blaming just the teacher or the school for systemic educational problems can have serious negative side effects, warns a new...

Education reforms critical for the Thai economy, says World Bank

ONE-THIRD of 15-year-old Thais are "functionally illiterate", the World Bank said yesterday, and suggested that the country reform its education system partly through merging...

What Education Hashtags Should You be Using?

By: Matthew Lynch  | March 27, 2018 | The TechEdvocate As an education blogger, its hard to keep up with the latest social media trends, especially...

5 Principles of Outstanding Classroom Management

By Samer Rabadi, Betty Ray November 14, 2017 When we asked our community for their best classroom management practices, over 700 ideas rolled in. Effective classroom management requires awareness,...

9 essential digital skills for 21st century teachers

As we have pointed elsewhere, ' in a digitally focused world, education is getting more and more digitized pushing us, teachers and educators, to re-conceptualize...

The Benefits of Cultivating Curiosity in Kids

(iStock/omgimages) By: Daisy Yuhas, The Hechinger Report, from Mindshift, Published on Jun 27   Jamie Jirout was not the sort of student who simply took a textbook at...

OECD Publication Analyzes Teachers’ Knowledge and Skills, Observes Increased Focus On...

Story Source: IISD ~ Go to Original Article The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has published a reflection on gaps and asymmetries in...

Government gears up to build capacity of educators

Teachers will be getting their own accounts in private banks as the first pilot project to increase the overall capacity and competency of Myanmar’s...

This simple change can help students become better thinkers

The math lesson on variables began with a simple prompt. As Dan Rothstein, executive director of the Right Question Institute, tells the story: “The teacher...

Why do girls lose interest in STEM? New research has some...

By: Suzanne Choney, 13 March, 2018, Microsoft News Nobody was going to stop her. Nobody. Certainly not the other students who might make fun...

Calling All Learners and Teachers for Hour of Code 2017

By Ashley Cronin December 1, 2015 Updated November 9, 2017 An hour of coding is a fun beginner’s experiment for teachers or parents to do with kids—these resources...

Top teaching techniques from around the world

By: Global Teacher Prize | March 7th 2018 When it comes to discussing the most effective ways of teaching, everyone seems to have a strongly...

Teachers Are Anxious and Overwhelmed. They Need SEL Now More Than...

Story Source: EdSurge ~ Go to Original Article At the end of March, our team at the Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence, along with our...