Strategies from K-12 schools, districts, and programs that are dramatically improving the learning process.
We share evidence- and practitioner-based learning strategies that empower you to improve K-12 education.
A game-based unit includes structures, themes, and mechanisms for trial and error.
Some examples of rich and rewarding learning opportunities offered in our national parks.
Classroom-tested song recommendations for a wide variety of activities -- from clean-up time, to art or free activities, to cursive writing.
Teamwork, commitment and dedication to the process, explains Edutopia's Ken Ellis, are all key players in education reform.
Coach and teacher Charlie Wedemeyer relentlessly inspired players and students while he continued fighting for his own life.
With childhood obesity increasing at an alarming rate, HealthCorps is on a mission to education students, teachers, and parents on eating better and staying fit.
Joel Kirsch is traveling across his county -- one push-up at a time -- to make a point about the importance of physical education in our schools.
Blogger Mary Beth Hertz offers a selection of websites, games and apps that can help teach students about health and wellness.
A second-grade class stretches to start the day at San Francisco's Dianne Feinstein Elementary School.
Dr. Maurice Elias offers up eight suggestions for creating a school that is more socially inclusive of special education students.
Students and teachers of all grade levels need to be more active.
Dance company founder Karen Peterson shares the inspiring benefits of inclusive dance education for students with disabilities.
PE teacher, faculty advisor and author Harvey Zahn provides examples of how the PSMS (personal/social management skills) strategy can be applied to elementary school physical education.