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Once students are ready to write, different strategies for revision and publication will test and stretch their ability to think critically about their own work.
Children love telling stories, and these apps will keep them creatively engaged, as well as providing means for assessing and sharing their products.
Teens already know how to find what they want online. The challenge for teachers is becoming reliable narrators to guide their self-directed learning.
Whether through questionnaires to parents or networking through colleagues, you can build a resource pool from the wide range of expertise within your community.
Welcome to the days of OER, PLCs, and student-supported tech as education transitions from static textbooks to connect students' learning with the world around them.
When one school switched from traditional to standards-based grading, they saw positive changes in mindset, assessments, and communication -- but there's still room for improvement.
5-Minute Film Festival
Logan Smalley, the director of TED-Ed, asked complete strangers to call him and tell him about a book they loved. In this Five-Minute Film Festival, he shares some of the most moving stories he heard on the importance of reading.
Before flipping your class, think like an architect instead of a video producer, because the medium of instruction ultimately matters less than the desired outcomes.
The best ways to build trust with parents are thinking before you react, being fully present, not offering quick fixes, and committing to follow-ups.
Guide students through the five steps of understanding and writing literary analysis: choosing and focusing a topic, gathering, presenting and analyzing textual evidence, and concluding.