Prepare students for academic and life success by helping them develop their listening, speaking, writing, and digital media skills.
- Storytelling, an age-old practice, offers a window into students’ personal experiences and an opportunity to connect more deeply as a class.
- Here's how to make your learning materials simple, clear, and consistent to help students focus on what is most important.2.1k
- Whether your class discussions are online or off, hand signals enable students to engage in multiple ways.30.6k
- In this video series, we explore how educators can guide all students, regardless of their developmental starting points, to become productive and engaged learners.21k
- A novel activity using little more than geometric shapes can help students examine complex problems and connect big ideas.3.5k
- With some students in the room and some at home, how can teachers continue to focus on building speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills in the target language?2k
- Starting the day with this 15-minute activity helps students regulate their emotions and focus on the day’s learning.17.6k
- Students deepen their understanding and build a sense of community by engaging with their peers’ reasoned arguments.11.9k
- A quick formative assessment tool also encourages all students—even shy ones—to participate in discussions.10k
- Looking for a simple way to get your students writing? Try a low-stakes timed exercise.22.2k
- Looking for a simple way to ensure all voices are heard in your classroom? Try equity sticks.13.3k
- Encouraging middle and high school students to talk through differences of opinion can make for stronger projects and greater learning gains.845
- A framework called six thinking hats helps students learn the essential skill of giving and receiving feedback.2.6k