What strategies really work to involve students in their own learning? Discover and share ideas.
- Choosing a small number of strategies that students can use across content areas can help them focus on the concepts they’re learning.
- Visual note-taking allows information to be processed by the brain in three different ways.1.2k
- 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?7.8k
- Though remote learning has brought many challenges, some students seem to be thriving in the new circumstances. What can we learn from them?69.4k
- Incorporating SEL approaches, playing games, and giving students options can inspire them to show their faces.21.5k
- An activity that encourages students to open up about a person close to them can bring a whole class together in profound ways.10.9k
- A growing body of research shows that project-based learning can have a positive impact on achievement and engagement. Linda Darling-Hammond describes how a rigorous project-based approach fits in with what we know works for students.1.8k
- From scavenger hunts to Pictionary, we’ve gathered a batch of virtual games to get students talking, laughing, and engaging with peers.9.9k
- When schools abruptly closed due to Covid-19, teachers figured out how to make remote learning work. This week, as the nation expresses its gratitude, we recap the emotional journey.27.5k
- When educators at a Washington, DC, high school ditched their lectures and devised a self-paced blended learning model, their students thrived.53.4k