What strategies really work to involve students in their own learning? Discover and share ideas.
- Getting students to be physically active while they’re learning can deliver significant cognitive and academic benefits, a new study confirms.
- Extending understanding in subtle ways can lead to more student ownership, and unleash unexpected possibilities in the classroom.1.3k
- Though remote learning has brought many challenges, some students seem to be thriving in the new circumstances. What can we learn from them?70.1k
- Middle and high school students suddenly face more complex schedules, tougher academic work, and an expanding network of friends. How can we help them manage it all?8.4k
- Visual note-taking allows information to be processed by the brain in three different ways.4.6k
- When students lead the conversation in their parent-teacher conferences, they take ownership of their learning and growth.2.8k
- Elementary students may struggle with the wording of problems, and the visual supports of comics can help them focus on the math.2.5k
- Incorporating SEL approaches, playing games, and giving students options can inspire them to show their faces.22.1k
- TikTok’s bite-sized video content helps educators deliver key academic concepts while their students learn anywhere, anytime.2.4k