A primer for ensuring that students’ personal information remains confidential on social media.
First-year teachers may feel that taking a strict approach with their students is best. A second-year teacher makes a case for compassion.
Reading a novel together as a class builds community, pushes everyone to do the work, and still allows for differentiation.
Game jams—game creation sessions—can be used in any class to spark learning. Bonus: There’s a free lesson plan to help you get started.
A teacher shares what she did and what she learned when she implemented Genius Hour in her fifth-grade class.
Formative assessment is a snap with games and other tools that let you see how students answer questions and review material.
Symbolic math can be hard to grasp, so we have tips to help you build on the natural math sense your kids already have.
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A classroom designer walks you through the process of redesigning your room, with videos to inspire you.
Negative attention doesn’t help difficult students change their ways, but teachers can alter classroom dynamics through this exercise.
In the past two decades, autism diagnoses have soared—but new research shows that girls have frequently been overlooked, leaving them without crucial support.
Using simple images, the Splat! lessons teach a range of math concepts at different levels of difficulty. Download 50 free lessons.
Setting cell phone expectations early is key to accessing the learning potential of these devices and minimizing the distraction factor.
State teachers of the year explain how they make students feel safe enough to take risks—and then push them to do so.