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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...

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...

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....

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,...

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...

Côte d’Ivoire is building a competitive education system

The education system in Côte d'Ivoire is experiencing unprecedented growth in rural areas. With the financial support of the Global Partnership for Education, communities around the...

How to make a good teacher

What matters in schools is teachers. Fortunately, teaching can be taught FORGET smart uniforms and small classes. The secret to stellar grades and thriving students...

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...

School Leaders: 6 Strategies for Retaining New Teachers

In most of the schools I worked at, at the end of every year, we’d lament the departure of a new teacher or two....

Almost 69 million teachers needed to reach Sustainable Development Goal 4

To mark World Teachers’ Day, the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) has released the first-ever estimates of how many teachers are needed to achieve...

From Research to Action

How can we turn what we know about child development into tangible services and supports for the most vulnerable children? We know that interactions with...

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....

Personalised Learning Report Talks to Teachers

A new report from two organizations that promote innovation in teaching offers guidance from teachers themselves about how to shift classroom practices in the...

Digital Devices: Motivating Above Average Students

Digital devices have become a crucial part of our everyday lives. Students are very diverse in the way they learn such as some being...

For Truly Personalized Learning, I Had to Try, Try Again

After 26 years of teaching, I was the model of a traditional teacher. Class began with review, then new material and cooperative or independent work,...

Quality learning begins with teachers

Teachers are at the frontlines of the movement to achieve education for all every single day. Today, I have the honor of addressing the 7th...

Here’s How This Dedicated Teacher Is Helping Solve Nigeria’s Education Problem

  With millions of school-aged children in Nigeria lacking access to an education, teacher Monsurat Thomas founded the Bolafade Primary School in 1999 to make a change. Her school...

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...

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...

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...

US: These ‘Bouncy Bands’ Are Helping Kids Focus In The Classroom

A creative solution to helping kids channel their energy during the school day has gone viral. On January 9, Becky Rangel, who works in public...

‘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...

10 of the best teachers in the world compete for $1m...

Our occasional series 10 out of 10 looks at the issues, obstacles and success stories in getting all children around the world into school...

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...

Twelve things your child’s teacher will never be able to tell

RECENTLY yet another study about the effects of controlled crying made the news. The study out of Flinders University concluded that babies left to cry themselves to...

How Can We Improve Teacher Training in the World’s Poorest Countries?

May 09, 2013byMary Burns and James Lawrie Check out the feed-back on INEE’s online forum about professional teacher development in fragile countries Three months ago, INEE launched an online forum to...

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...