Edutopia.org visitors have been suggesting Web-based resources for K-12 teachers and students. Here are just a few sites you may not know about.Read More.
Edutopia.org's blogs launched in mid-March 2006, and their popularity has been spiraling upward, thanks to our talented bloggers and to you, our readers, who visit us daily, bookmark the blog, post your comments, and email suggestions for new postings. Here's my roundup of the picks of 2006.Read More.
My parents were young teens during the occupation of Hong Kong during World War II. Their formal education was disrupted by the war, and the economic rebuilding in Hong Kong in the post-war years prevented my parents from continuing their studies.
My parents were young teens during the...Read More.
One of my favorite education conferences of all time is the National Career Academy Coalition's Annual Staff Development Conference.Read More.
I've recently exchanged some emails with Donna Mann, from the National Gallery of Art, in Washington, DC. She and her colleagues in the museum's education division have spent a lot of time developing many wonderful resources for educators, parents, and children.Read More.
At a meeting last year, John Gage, chief researcher and vice president of the science office for Sun Microsystems, came into the room with the book Freakonomics: A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything tucked under...Read More.
You're going to think this is outrageous thinking from someone affiliated with The George Lucas Educational Foundation: I believe too many people are thinking about technology first and learning second.Read More.
More than twenty states now have statewide online-education initiatives, primarily virtual high school courses. As more states see online classes as a way to provide access to curriculum, it's even more critical that we look closely at the quality of the various offerings.Read More.
The Edutopia Web site regularly publishes examples of innovative teachers who use project-based learning (PBL).Read More.