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.
Explore and share tips, strategies, and resources for helping students develop across any grade.
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.
Looking for resources to help understand and address learning differences in the classroom? This collection of videos and resources offers strategies teachers can use to reach all students in an inclusive environment.
All of Edutopia’s downloadable and printable back-to-school resources are collected here for easy classroom reference. Check back weekly for updates!
It's critical to keep bias out of the classroom, where no student deserves to be judged by his or her race, socioeconomic class, or gender.
Our relationship with nature is essential to who we are, which is why wilderness experiences are (or should be) part of every young person's education.
SMART goals are specific, measurable, action-oriented, rigorous, and tracked. Help your students develop them through a series of ongoing peer interviews.
Students are more likely to do homework if the assignments are engaging, relevant, and reasonable -- and if the teacher makes them accountable for it.
The way to engage students is to make sure that they care about the material and that they know how much you care about them.
Learn more about each learning style: naturalistic, bodily-kinesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal, visual-spatial, logical-mathematical, and verbal-linguistic.
There's a place for tech in every classroom.
Art and music are key to student development.
Blogger Rebecca Alber shares scaffolding strategies to use in your lessons. (Updated 01/2014)
Rebecca Alber offers tips for teaching vocabulary that include letting students select the words, putting away dictionaries, and creating time for talk and play with new terms. (Updated 01/2014)
An educator's guide to websites, organizations, articles, and other resources looking at the new system of standards and how they will be assessed.
To inspire more inquiry in the classroom, blogger Rebecca Alber offers up five questions to routinely ask students.