A student shares her insights into the most important skill you can teach. (Hint: It’s not perseverance.)
Start with yourself. Model what it means to be a lifelong learner.
Two Rivers Public Charter School fosters critical thinkers through arts integration, a protocol for critique, and problem-based learning.
Teach your students the recipe for success: taking risks, making mistakes, and integrating critical feedback.
Develop your students' ability to self-assess by showing them examples of mastery, equipping them with technical vocabulary, and providing them with opportunities to practice peer critique.
Learn how New Mexico School for the Arts structures, schedules, and staffs daily support seminars to make their students college and career ready.
Learn to access the right data: the why (why do your students not get it?) and the how (how can you reteach content to stick?).
Educators take on the role of guides and motivate students to direct their own learning.
Humboldt Elementary, a school once on the verge of being labeled under-performing, turned to data to move the bar on student success.
When teachers began asking for time to work with students in small groups, Humboldt Elementary found the time for them.
By encouraging students' wonder and recording their "I Wonder" questions, teachers can view those questions holistically and use them to develop lessons and projects that will harness student curiosity.
Training, consistency, and trust are keys to successfully implementing a meditation program in school.
At Walter Bracken STEAM Academy, 100 percent of the fifth-grade students are meeting grade-level fluency standards in reading.
Educators from Visitacion Valley Middle School, in San Francisco, have provided these samples and resources for you to use in your school.