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.
Collaborative learning should be an essential element for world language teachers who want their students to understand, enjoy, and use that new language.
Blogger and PBL specialist Andrew Miller offers an array of creative suggestions for using Quick Response codes in the classroom. (Updated 01/2014)
Students in Donna Roman's fifth grade class shared holiday cards with students in Taiwan.
An elementary library media specialist reviews iPad apps as they map to an updated version of Bloom's Taxonomy in this six-part series.
A game-based unit includes structures, themes, and mechanisms for trial and error.
Blogger Suzie Boss shares 20 ideas for getting engaging projects going in your classroom.
An elementary library media specialist reviews apps along the revised Bloom's taxonomy. Apps for Remembering are covered in this first post of a six-part series. (Updated 10/2013)
The humanities teach students critical thinking and historical perspective, two crucial skills for success in our ever-accelerating future.
Blogger Terry Heick asks what it means to globalize education and then describes what a global curriculum might look like and how it might work.
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.
A partial-immersion K-12 Japanese-language program teaches students that it's easy to make friends if you speak the same tongue.
For more than 12 years, Seattle's John Stanford International School has been a model for international schools, immersing its elementary students in global awareness and achieving academically as well.
Learning a language not one's own is still among the most powerful forces in education.
Ed policy blogger Claus von Zastrow defends foreign language programs and explains why it's important that schools keep them.