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.
Partnering with local government, schools can create safe community spaces where children enjoy outdoor physical activity. Here are five steps to make that a reality.
Blogger Mary Beth Hertz offers a selection of websites, games and apps that can help teach students about health and wellness.
Blogger Richard L. Curwin compares coaching to teaching, and describes the benefits of modeling and repetitive practice over simply telling a student what to do.
Activist principal Pam Howard talks about the successful nutritional outcome of health-focused gaming software.
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.
By pairing students to sit back to back and focus on their breathing, you can help them develop a sense of mutuality and social awareness.
Dance-company founder Karen Peterson shares the inspiring benefits of inclusive dance education for students with disabilities.
Dr. Maurice Elias offers up eight suggestions for creating a school that is more socially inclusive of special education students.
Many would agree that play is important for the health and development of children, but just how critical is it? Blogger Suzie Boss explores several research studies that delve into the question.
Sports offers a perfect opportunity to explore concepts like force, motion, potential energy, velocity, and torque. Engage your students with this collection of videos about the intersection of science and sports.
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.
Students and teachers of all grade levels need to be more active.