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The crucial role of teachers in peacebuilding

New paper focuses on centrality of teachers to peacebuilding in post-conflict contexts. ‘The Role of Teachers in Peacebuilding’ is the latest literature review from the Research...

Closing the circle: Teaching gender issues to teachers

Last week the French supreme council for gender equality published a report on the imperative to keep mainstreaming gender equality issues in teacher preparation...

Brain waves reflect different types of learning

Becky Ham | MIT News correspondent October 11, 2017 For the first time, researchers have identified neural signatures of explicit and implicit learning. Figuring out how to...

UAE Equips Teachers From Around the World With Distance Learning Skills

Story Source: Albawaba ~ Go to Original Article Marking yet another achievement in establishing a strong foundation for distance learning initiatives, Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart...

US: Path to a new life takes these minority high school...

Sekani Malcolm was serving coffee and pastries at Dunkin’ Donuts last month, a 20-year-old high school graduate with no plans to go to college...

Teachers re-evaluate value of video games

Although most homes have video games there's been a lot of resistance to them entering the classroom, but that's changing as teachers recognise their...

Teacher Professional Development: Many Choices, Few Quality Checks

By Stephen Sawchuk December 6, 2017 Ask teachers what they actually do to renew their licenses every five years, and you are likely to get an elaborate...

Teacher education needs a structural change

Another Teachers’ Day has gone by on 5 September. Newspapers and social media have, as every year, reported speeches extolling the virtues of the...

Opinion: Why competitive model fails schools. No one should lose in...

An academic essay by two education researchers published on this blog sparked discussion around the country and promoted strong responses, two of which I shared. The authors of...

Negativity Jammers

How many times have you been thrown off your game by a student’s random emotional outburst? Many of my high school students acted impulsively in...

The Care of One Teacher Can Make a Lifetime of Difference

Sometimes, if we’re fortunate, a person can briefly enter into our lives and end up redirecting its entire course for the better. It’s a...

Innovative educator Nancie Atwell wins the $1m Global Teacher Prize

More than 40 years of innovation in the classroom and working to make her students become global citizens has paid off in spectacular style...

J&K govt felicitates teacher for innovative teaching methods – India

Jammu and Kashmir government today felicitated the teacher whose video of innovative methods of teaching went viral on social media last week. Education Minister Naeem...

To Make Data Work in the Classroom, First Make It Easier...

To get a solid understanding of her students' progress, Elizabeth Doggett needed to look no further than her laptop. I can’t imagine teaching without having all...

4 Proven Strategies for Teaching Empathy

Empathy is the ability to understand and share the feelings of another. Empathy has the capacity to transform individual lives for the better while...

Reimagine Teaching: Innovative approaches to teacher recruitment and training

As access to education progresses, students around the world are sitting in classrooms for the first time, but aren’t yet learning. Student assessments continue to...

Teachers use secret code to single out disadvantaged pupils

Poor pupils are being singled out with special stickers on their books as teachers strive to meet government targets on social mobility, it is...

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....

Why Teachers Need Formative Assessment Too

When you saw the image above, it may have surprised you in some way. If you’re a teacher, you may have instantly wondered if you...

5 Inspirational Stories for Teachers to Read Today

There’s the man who started as a janitor in 1985 and now serves as principal of Port Barre Elementary School. And there’s Tyrese Graham,...

Making the Personal Educational

It hit me at 17 — even though I had always viewed my actions as opportunities to dismantle stereotypes, and open eyes and doors...

Survey: Teachers Say Tech Distractions More Concerning than Privacy, Security

Most teachers in the United States are more worried about the potential for technology in the classroom to distract students than they are about...

How Writing Can Help You Overcome Math Anxiety

Photo Credit: Deborah Lee/NPR (via URL) Date: 16 July 2018 | By: Anya Kamenetz (NPR) | Story Source: NPR/Mindshift ~ Go to Article Copyright 2018 NPR....

Education Technology Latest News & Updates: EdTech Invading Preschools? Teachers To...

Education technology is often perceived through its transformative potential. In fact, EdTech has the ability to personalize teaching by taking schools out of the...

What’s a Gamer Brain and How Can We Harness It in...

In the past, I’ve written on ideas for gamification—using games in the classroom—but lately I’ve been reflecting on some of the bigger ideas that...

How Teacher Partnerships Work

NEW EVIDENCE OF THE TANGIBLE BENEFITS OF PEER-TO-PEER, SCHOOL-BASED SKILL BUILDING Learn by doing — it’s a well-worn mantra, and sometimes it works. But after...

US: A teacher’s solution to buy school supplies for her classroom:...

As a public school third-grade teacher, Teresa Danks has grown accustomed to getting creative when it comes to providing supplies for her classroom. She hits...

5 Ways to Help Students in Trauma

Natalie is a 15-year-old student in eighth grade. She was held back in fifth grade and possibly another time, but she is new to...

I Let Students Run My Classroom—Here’s What Happened

Last semester, I ceded control of class to my students. I didn’t just give them room to speak. I asked them to design the...

A bacon sarnie cooked by the head: what creates positive ripples...

Lifting school spirit: 10 lessons from #primaryrocks on how to inject your school with positivity Dreary January is over, half-term is within touching distance and...