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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....

Not Just About Students: The Importance of Personalizing Learning for Teachers

My journey as an educator began thirty years ago and—I’ll admit—references to personalized learning were never mentioned or formally discussed back then. Yet, I...

Social media helps students learn scientific argumentation better

Students who took part in social media program learned better than peers who did not Adults often bemoan the amount of time young people spend...

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...

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...

Teachers: the most powerful force for quality education, World Teachers’ Day...

5th October is World Teachers' Day, which provides an opportunity to pay tribute to the millions of teachers past and present who have made...

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...

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,...

Are Teachers Becoming Obsolete?

Leaving my school building the other day, I had an unexpected realization: Perhaps a computer was a more effective teacher than I currently was....

What Works For Getting Kids to Enjoy Reading?

Excerpted from “The Reading Mind: A Cognitive Approach to Understanding How the Mind Reads” by Daniel T. Willingham.  Getting Kids to Read I said at the outset that our...

Teachers Continue to Fight for Education Equality While Instructing Virtually

Story Source: Baltimore Magazine ~ Go to Original Article For Maryland school teachers, simulating an environment comparable to a normal classroom in the midst of...

Six tactics to help your students deal with stress

Educators like me will not be surprised at the results of a survey conducted by the Association of School and College Leaders, in which...

UK: Increase in school-based trainee teachers ‘could ease recruitment crisis’

Trainee teachers on school-led courses are more likely to actually enter teaching, compared with those on university courses, study finds The increasing proportion of trainee...

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...

How teachers see the classroom redefined by the cloud

The Library of Alexandria was one of the most important libraries of the ancient world. Its vast number of scrolls, collections of works, lecture halls, and...

COLUMN: What makes a great teacher?

Last week I went to my grandson’s fifth grade graduation. Next year he will be going to junior high. What I witnessed at this...

Parivartan team extends training to 103 Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) school...

Over the years, Door Step School has been interacting with the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC) schools for various programs. All the 6+ year old...

What The New National Education Policy Lacks

The NEP document does not deal with the most essential component in the establishment that is known as a “school”: how to teach. The freedom...

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....

US: After 25 Years, This Teacher Says It’s All The Paperwork...

After 25 years of teaching, Rick Young won't return to his history classroom this fall. "This became my home," he says. "This is a unique,...

Timor-Leste: Starting an education revolution

The Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste should be praised for the progress it has made since gaining independence. In a blog, World Bank Senior Director for...

‘Want to solve the recruitment crisis? Simples. Pay teachers more and...

Follow my simple plan and graduates will be only too keen to become teachers, insists Oliver Beach One of the first concepts taught in economics...

We Asked Teachers What They Want From Edtech. Here’s What They...

By Jason Bedford     Jan 22, 2018 At the end of the day, edtech can feel like one more thing on a teacher’s plate. From IBM’s test scoring...

Where are the worst teacher shortages?

Education is fundamental to building healthy societies and economies, but a lack of teachers in many countries is holding back progress. Across the world at least 74...

How Do School and Community Leaders Support Deeper Learning?

The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between the two, the leader must...

How to Support New Teachers in Personalized Learning—and Minimize the ‘Disillusionment...

I remember my first year of teaching as too many gallons of coffee and energy drinks, not enough hours of sleep, and a blend...

Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum

As defined by Jeannette Wing, computational thinking is “a way of solving problems, designing systems, and understanding human behavior by drawing on the concepts...

Pope Francis Awarded This Palestinian Teacher The 2016 Global Teacher Prize

Palestinian teacher Hanan Al Hroub won the Global Teacher Prize at this year’s Global Education and Skills Forum in Dubai. The $1 million award, established...

I’m a Teacher Who Hates Technology—So Let Me Design the Products

I find myself sitting in front of a crowded room of inquisitive faces—“techies” from the Kentucky State Department of Education who want to know...