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.
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Ben Johnson makes the case for cross-curricular teaching and how it leads to deeper learning.
High Tech High's founding principal and CEO speaks about its innovative teaching and learning model.
A network of K-12 public charter schools uses rigorous projects and online portfolio assessments to revolutionize learning.
A pair of educators are sanguine about their art, biology, and multimedia program.
Combining academic subjects produces deeper learning.
An instructional coach guides teachers through the challenges of presenting a fully integrated curriculum.
More collaboration, critical thinking, and knowledge retention are the fruits of an integrated curriculum.
Envision Schools embraces four principles to prepare students for success in college and careers. One of them is about building relationships.
Drs. Teresa Washut Heck and Nancy Bacharach, Co-Directors of the Academy for Co-Teaching and Collaboration at St. Cloud State University, enumerate the benefits of the co-teaching model in helping student teachers develop their in-class practice.
This school-within-a-school puts the emphasis on academics and a future career.
A team of eighth-grade teachers compares notes on the trials and rewards of working together on project-based "expeditionary" learning.
This Kentucky school district helps teachers become confident ambassadors of its program in social and emotional learning.
Sixth and seventh-grade teachers pair up in the classroom to integrate their subjects.
The Fremont High School Business Academy, in Oakland, California, a small learning environment operating within a larger school, educates entrepreneurs.
John Fanning and Stacy Goldstein share insight on how you can implement an "authentic" assessment strategy at your school.