George Lucas Educational Foundation
Explore and share tips, strategies, and resources for helping students develop across any grade.
Getting Kids Outdoors With Technology
Five online tools that encourage students to get hands-on experience with nature.
Social and Emotional Learning
Morning Meetings From Pre-K to 12th Grade
Daily discussions and team-building activities meet the physical, social and emotional, and spiritual needs of students.
Empowering Students With Design Thinking
A school in India founded on design thinking principles encourages students to be active agents in their own learning.
When Students Design Their Education
At Riverside School in India, students graduate prepared to tackle future challenges as citizens in a highly globalized world.
7 Real-World Math Strategies
We asked our audience how they’re using the real world to teach math and compiled their most intriguing responses.
How to Inspire Students Who Dislike School
Students must be willing participants in their education, and we have a few ideas on how to help them feel motivated.
Embracing the Whole Child
Fully engaging students can include using their interests in lessons, checking in on them emotionally, and being ourselves.
21st-Century Learning Starting in Elementary School
A group of Georgia schools work together to emphasize project-based learning and a STEM curriculum.
The Research Is In
What’s the Right Amount of Homework?
Decades of research show that homework has some benefits, especially for students in middle and high school—but there are risks to assigning too much.
A Recipe for Inspiring Lifelong Learning
A veteran teacher reflects on his quest to inspire intrinsic motivation and curiosity in his students.