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A Solution for Student Disengagement

In my educational leadership work, I’ve talked with administrators and faculty from across the country who are interested in creating safer and more supportive,...

Telling stories using rhythmic gesture helps children improve their oral skills

Story Source: University Pompeu Fabra Barcelona ~ Go to Original Article For the first time it has been shown that a brief training session with...

10 Things Every Teacher Should Be Able to Do on Google...

Here is a handy infographic we have been working on over the last few days.  The visual features 10 of what we believe are...

Personalized learning: The importance of teachers in a technology-driven world

In today’s technology-driven world, teachers may no longer be the sole keepers of knowledge in the classroom. The introduction of one-to-one initiatives, online classrooms,...

Why Ed Tech Is Not Transforming How Teachers Teach

Public schools now provide at least one computer for every five students. They spend more than $3 billion per year on digital content. And...

A new infographic on project based learning for teachers

According to BIE, project based learning is “an instructional approach built upon authentic learning activities that engage student interest and motivation. These activities are designed...

Building a 21st-Century Learning Space

December 7, 2017 A community raised $6 million to construct an innovative 30,000-square-foot facility complete with makerspaces and learning labs.

Teachers Say Technology Is The Most Important Investment For Schools

Teachers want more technology in their classrooms — and fast. A new study from DonorsChoose.com, a nonprofit organization that lets teachers request items for their classes...

How to Inspire Every Child to Be a Lifelong Reader

From TED: Ideas Worth Spreading   According to the US Department of Education, more than 85 percent of black fourth-grade boys aren't proficient in reading. What...

How To Create A Happy Classroom: 10 Steps to a Happy...

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 10 Sep 2018 | by: Adrian Bethune | Story Source: Teacher Toolkit~ Go to Original Article The evidence is clear that...

Setting A New Curriculum For Global Education

Published: 07/07/2017 by Anne-Birgitte Albrectsen Can you remember your favourite teacher? The person who introduced you to a still-cherished book, flicked a switch in your brain, or...

These 3 Voices Build A Bridge Between EdTech Startups And Teachers

Robyn Shulman NOV 19, 2017 There is no shortage of edtech entrepreneurs who want to bring more technology into the classroom or within higher education institutions....

Teacher’s Letter To A Student With Autism Is What Education Is...

Eleven-year-old Ben Twist has autism and attends Lansbury Bridge School and Sports College in St. Helens in Merseyside, England. Though his special needs pose...

How to create an environment that fosters learning- Special Education

Our surroundings and the people in them have a lot to do with our behavior. Think about the way you act in different environments....

Learning about learning: Meaning matters

 By: Andres S. Bustamante and Kathy Hirsh-Pasek | Wednesday, May 30, 2018 | Part of the Education Plus Development Series | Brookings A 3-year-old sits...

Ensuring Learning with educational technology in emergency settings

By Gem Report, World Education Blog, 29 March 2018 UNESCO’s annual Mobile Learning Week provides a unique opportunity for policy makers, civil society organizations, teachers,...

Secret Teacher: we’re not reading – so why do we assume...

English teachers at my school don’t have time to read whole books, and are told to rely on extracts in class. This is no...

US: Getting Students Into College Is Not Enough

The Problem: Missing the Mark on College Readiness In May 2007, nearly every student in our first graduating class at Summit Preparatory Charter High School...

Mobile teachers help out-of-school children from ethnic minority in Myanmar

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 10 Oct 2018 | by: Billy Briggs | Story Source: TheirWorld ~ Go to Original Article Years of civil war...

Teaching crisis remains after $95 bn spend on basic education

In February 2015, Maharashtra held its annual evaluation tests for teachers of government-run schools. Only one percent of more than 245,800 primary teachers who...

How Playing With Math Helps Teachers Better Empathize With Students

Michelle Manes has taught math in almost every setting. She taught public high school students, deaf elementary school students, and middle school girls at...

US: How Ending Behavior Rewards Helped One School Focus on Student...

By Linda Flanagan AUGUST 29, 2017 Handing out colored bracelets and upbeat stickers when students behave well seems like an effective strategy for encouraging civility. Little...

US: Teachers Say Tech Makes Learning More Fun, Students Say it...

A recent survey conducted by Quizlet, an online learning tool provider, finds that most teachers say technology makes learning more fun, while students say...

Teachers Ready for Virtual Reality in Education [INFOGRAPHIC]

Today’s teachers are ready to champion the use of virtual reality in education for their digitally savvy students. According to a GfK survey commissioned by Samsung,...

Positive Words Go a Long Way

By Alyssa Nucaro October 2, 2017 When I started teaching, I didn’t truly understand the power of words and their ability to influence the lives of students....

Coaching the Novice Teacher

Articles, books, and journals have been written about how to support our new teachers—guidance on lesson planning, suggestions for classroom management techniques, and support...

Teachers must ditch ‘neuromyth’ of learning styles, say scientists

Teaching children according to their individual “learning style” does not achieve better results and should be ditched by schools in favour of evidence-based practice,...

Using Storytelling To Forge Unbreakable Bonds Between Teachers And Students

Story Source: Edsurge ~ Go to Original Article Kristin Leong is the definition of a multi-faceted educator. She’s held a variety of roles in which...

Learn About Technology & Education at our June 4th Luncheon

The 60 million girls Foundation invites you to attend a luncheon on Thursday, June 4, in Beaconsfield, Quebec. Our Founder & President, Wanda Bedard, will...

Home Visits 101

Teachers often find themselves wondering why their efforts at organizing opportunities for parents to become more involved in classroom activities do not pan out....