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Contrary to popular belief, multitasking interferes with the quality of learning. These suggestions can help students recognize that scattered focus isn't their friend during homework time.
Blogger Andrew Miller explores ways to bring game-based learning to the classroom using Minecraft.
Foster a culture of successful innovation by empathizing with fellow educators who are uncomfortable with risk, modeling a growth mindset, and celebrating effort as well as success.
Switching between activities can shake students up, turning them into active rather than passive learners.
Looking for a new way to spark creativity in your students' writing? Try these video writing prompts.
Young writers often feel blocked by the act of writing itself. Use these ideas to help get their thoughts flowing.
A simple, no-cost video chat program motivates unruly, disengaged elementary and middle school students through relationships with high school students who demonstrate the value of education.
All points of arts integration -- from benefits and implementation to linking the arts with core curriculum -- are covered in this roundup of useful Edutopia blog posts, articles, and videos.
To avoid turning into that boring teacher, try waiting longer for student responses, teaching "do not call on me" signals, and enjoying these young people for who they are.
Explore some resources for using the World Series to bring history, math, social studies, music, and visual arts to your classroom.
Discover websites, organizations, articles, planning guides, lesson plans, and other resources dedicated to preventing bullying and harassment.